LilWin’s Lawyer: “My Sick Client Was ‘Bulldozed’ To The Police Station.”

Actor LilWin’s attorney, Margaret Mary Twum, has disclosed how she persuaded the judge to give her ailing client bail during the course of his accident lawsuit.

Margaret brought up her client’s health and the possible consequences of not being granted bail throughout the hearing.

The prosecution did not object to the bail plea; nevertheless, it recommended that the suspect report to the police once a week as part of the bail requirements in order to help with the investigation.

The prosecution’s recommendation was rejected by Judge Buaben Quansah, who set bail at GH¢50,000 with two sureties. To give the suspect time to heal, he or she must return to court in four weeks.

LilWin’s attorney stated her displeasure with the police holding her client while he was receiving medical treatment in an interview with TV3.

“You observed my client’s state. Though he’s not well, we have to abide by the law. Here, in actuality, we were bulldozed. We did not arrive by ourselves. Thankfully, his statement was recorded and the court witnessed his present position of affairs. Bail was so approved,” she said.

On Monday, June 3, 2024, LilWin was released from the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital and placed under police custody.

Since then, GH¢50,000 has been granted as bail, and the case has been postponed until June 27, 2024.

Concerning the Accident

On May 25, 2024, an accident involving actor LilWin occurred in front of Grace Baptist Church in Amakom, Kumasi. A 3-year-old youngster lost his life and several other passengers were hurt when LilWin’s Benz struck another car head-on.

LilWin was among the injured people who were hurriedly brought to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital’s Accident and Emergency Unit. The actor, already wounded, showed up with determination for the KNUST CCB Auditorium premiere of his new film, “A Country Called Ghana,” later that day.

In reaction to the occurrence, LilWin’s management promised the bereaved family their undying support after the child’s untimely death.

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