Nirvan Singh granted bail after being charged for “racial” attack on female police rank

Nirvan Singh, Attorney at Law and the son of former Chancellor of the Judiciary, Carl Singh, was this morning charged for inciting racial hostility against woman police officer Shawnette Bollers.

Singh appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan at the Georgetown Magistrates Court and pled not guilty to the charges.

The allegation against Singh is that on March 20, 2022, he hurled racial comments toward Policewoman Constable Bollers.

Bollers claimed the incident occurred while she was performing guard duties at the residence of Singh’s father, retired Chancellor of the Judiciary, Justice Carl Singh.

Bollers accuses Singh of assaulting her, obstructing her from performing her duties, spitting on her, and calling her a “black monkey.” He also allegedly told her that “you people have no purpose in life, allegedly referring to Black people.

Singh was represented by Attorneys at Law George Thomas, Suzette Bullen, and Damien DaSilva, who asked that he be released on his own recognizance. However, the Magistrate denied their request and placed the Attorney on $100,000 bail, and ordered him to return to court on May 18, 2022.

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