Cops have advised popular Jamaican dancer ‘Marvin’ to surrender himself into police custody.
According to Superintendent Enid Ross-Stewart, Head of CISOCA, the controversial dancer should turn himself in to any police station or CISOCA’s office in Montego Bay.
Earlier this month cops had disclosed that they had opened an investigation into a disturbing viral video which depicted the popular dancer and other males chasing a female patron, gyrating and forcing themselves onto her apparently without her consent.
The female patron was interviewed by detectives at CISOCA last week, following allegations that she may have been under aged.
The viral video sparked widespread backlash, and the dancer eventually apologised via his Instagram for the incident, but seems to have done little to quell the situation.