Spanish Town deejay Skeng, now before the courts on charges of resisting arrest and disorderly behaviour, had his bail extended when he appeared before the Kingston and St. Andrew Parish Court on Thursday.
The 21-year-old entertainer, whose given name is Kevon Douglas, is scheduled to return to court on Friday, November 7. His associates and co-accused Shaquille Kelly and Cara Wilson were also granted bail extensions.
Christopher Townsend, the attorney-at-law representing the artiste and co-accused, noted that the airport security video was inadequate when the issue was presented and requested a later mention date.
Skeng’s legal woes stem from an incident relating to a confrontation at the Norman Manley International Airport (NMIA) in May.
According to the police report, Skeng was prevented from boarding a flight to Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday, May 24, after an argument developed between him and airport authorities, leading to him being slapped with multiple charges. He was subsequently offered station bail.