Footballer’s bail revoked after breaching conditions

Remanded for breaching restraining order: Jobe Caesar

JOBE Caesar, a national footballer, yesterday had his bail revoked by Magistrate Faith Mc Gusty at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court after breaching a restraining order and failing to report to the police.

The teen was arraigned on January 16, 2019 for robbing his ex-girlfriend Jennifer Validum of a cellphone worth $30,000. He was also accused of damaging Validum’s car, with a gun at Albert and Charlotte Streets, Georgetown.

The couple was known to share an abusive relationship in which he would hit validum occasionally and Caesar was said to be obsessed with her. The 19-year-old was remanded on his first court appearance but managed to post bail on February 6, 2019, in the sum of $150,000.

However, yesterday the Albouystown resident was remanded again after breaching the conditions under which he was granted bail. The prosecutor told the court that he did not report to the station as he was required to do; he also breached the restraining order that his ex-girlfriend had caused to be placed on him.
His next court appearance will be on April 3, 2019.