Latest Jamaica News, Montego Bay: The prosecution on Thursday offered no further evidence in the case against Gabrielle Brackenridge who allegedly conspired with other persons and removed over $3 million from her ex-boyfriend’s bank account.
Brackenridge, who is of an Ironshore, St. James address and who was represented by attorney-at-law Henry McCurdy, appeared before presiding judge Sandria Wong-Small at the St. James Parish Court.
She was facing charges of conspiracy to defraud, money laundering and breaches of the Cyber Crime Act.
Between 2017 and 2018, the accused woman is said to have benefited from over $3 million that was illegally transferred from her ex-boyfriend’s account via a third party on Bank of Nova Scotia’s (BNS) banking system, after conspiring with other persons.
The matter was referred to mediation and since then, Brackenridge has been making restitution payment to the complainant.
She has an outstanding balance of J$620,000 owing to the complainant, and a civil judgement was entered on that amount. However, she could end up being sued if she fails to honour the agreement.
No further evidence was offered, putting an end to the matter in the Parish Court.
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