DNA Test Shows Kingston Pastor Got 12-year-old Pregnant

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Jamaica News, March 16, 2018 – Kingston Pastor Got 12-year-old Pregnant  

Kingston, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – A Kingston pastor who is facing the court on charges of having sex with a minor and possible rape, got the shock of his life on Monday, March 12, 2018.

The shocker came when the prosecution handed DNA results to the presiding judge that confirmed that he is the father of the baby of the 12-year-old girl.

The accused pastor, Kenneth Blake, is said to have been having sex with the minor since 2015. It was later discovered that the minor was pregnant and a report was made to the police and Blake was arrested and charged.

Blake denied all the allegations made against him.  During his last appearance in court, he boldly stated that he is certain that the DNA test will prove his innocence.  He was sent into shock on Monday when the results returned positive.

He is booked to reappear in court on April 16, 2018, where the case will be mentioned again.  The judge indicated to the accused man’s lawyer that he should consult with him to find out if his client has now thought otherwise.

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