Andre “Lord Evil” Jackman was this morning granted bail after appearing before Magistrate Douglas Frederick.
Jackman, of Crab Hill, St Lucy, was slapped with three charges, including assault, damaging private property and unlawful violence after attending his bachelor party on December 10.
On the charge of unlawful violence, he was released on $5,000 bail with one surety.
Frederick dismissed the other two charges – assault and damaging private property – and ordered Jackman to re-appear in court on March 2, 2017 after the complainants opted not to pursue the matters.
Back in May, Jackman was granted bail on a charge of murder.
He is accused of the April, 2014 killing of Charly Dume, who died after being shot at a bar in Nelson Street, The City.
However, last Thursday, Justice Jacqueline Cornelius extended his 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. The judge however suspended the curfew last weekend to facilitate his pending nuptials.