Admiral Bailey Granted Bail…But!


A dreadful misunderstanding!

That’s the word from lawyer Tom Tavares-Finson, who is representing entertainer and football coach, Glendon Admiral Bailey.

Bailey is charged with multiple counts of fraud.

Tavares Finson says his client has been granted bail and will be fighting the charges.

Tom Tavares Finson, Attorney for Entertainer, Glendon Admiral Bailey speaking with Nationwide News.

Yesterday, the Police disclosed that Bailey went to the Passport Immigration and Citizenship Agency and attempted to renew a passport in the name, Micheal George Sullivan.

The police said his true identity was revealed and he was taken into custody.

Bailey is charged with two counts of Uttering Forged Documents, two counts of Obtaining Passport by False Pretense, and two counts of Possession of Forged Documents

He has also been charged with one count each of Attempting to Obtain a Passport by False Pretense and Conspiracy to Defraud.

He is scheduled to appear in Court next week Thursday.

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