Jasmine Hating returned to prison after breaking bail with her ex-boyfriend
Lord Ashcroft’s daughter-in-law returned to the notorious Belize prison after being accused of assaulting hotel staff.
Jasmine HatingOn May 28, the 32-year-old shot and killed 42-year-old policeman Henry Jemmott on Ambergris Caye and was released on bail.
She used to be Arrested again on Thursday After the camera appeared, she confronted her separated partner Andrew Ashcroft at the resort where she lived with the twin children.
Belize authorities accused her of carrying out a general attack on Sarah Lee Grisham-Clothier, the resort manager during the Grand Colony incident.
They also added a new charge against the small amount of cocaine found on her the night she shot Germot.
The Canadian socialite pleaded not guilty in an exclusive photo obtained by The Sun after his appearance in San Pedro.
She was later taken to the Supreme Court and remanded in the notorious prison Belize Central Prison After the resort manager who lived with Andrew, the youngest son of Lord Ashcroft, withdrew her bail.
Frank Habert, 55, said: “Ms. Harding appeared at the Grand Colony Resort, behaving disorderly and abusively, and caused a lot of disturbance in the hotel in front of the guests.
“I now think that Ms. Hartin is fully capable of not appearing in court, so I hope to withdraw my cash deposit immediately.”
Harting was detained because she claimed that she accidentally shot her friend Henry Germot with her pistol, because when she told him that she was sexually assaulted, he urged her to arm herself.
Hartin’s new legal team-replacing the former Belize Attorney General Godley Smith-described it as an “ambush” and tried to raise new funds for her bail so that she could be released next week.
Her mother, Candice Castiglione, said: “Someone did their best to help Jasmine raise funds for her guarantor so that she can be released on bail again.
“This is persecution and totally unreasonable. Without cocaine, it is a fabricated accusation and a complete lie. My daughter is not like that.
“There are a lot of people who support Jasmine now, and they understand the corruption involved in what is happening. This is ridiculous.
“Nothing is done here, the police are under Ashcroft’s orders.
“It’s obvious. When we were there (in the large colony) that day, I told the officials, please escort my daughter to her apartment and help her retrieve her personal belongings-she has nothing.
“But they refused, which is not right. Andrew is trying to eliminate Jasmine.
“This is the mother of his child, and you would think he would show some sympathy for her. All this is a horse.
“We don’t know what Andrew’s motives are, which is strange. This is a setting.
“Eventually all of this will be made into a documentary, all of this.
“Jasmine is no longer represented by Godfrey Smith, because he can represent Ashcroft 100% better than her.
“This is something that will never leave me. Henry is a great man. He is protecting me.”
“Once she asked him,’Are you my lawyer?’, he took a screenshot of the question and sent it to Andrew. Andrew called Molly back and said,’Are you looking for trouble? Of course he is your lawyer. ‘”
“If he is her lawyer, why not answer her instead of running to Andrew?
“Jasmine felt so lonely and neglected, so she continued to contact her new lawyer Dickie Bradley.
“Jasmine can’t even access her bank account because we believe Andrew has frozen it. Her card cannot be used.”
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Belize sources described Hatting’s new lawyer Dickie Bradley as a “Belize legal expert”.
The source added: “If anyone can find a way to get Jasmine out of prison, it is him.
“There is a local joke, if you want to get rid of any crime or accusation, please hire Dickie.”