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February 5, 2014
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Sizzla in more problems with the law ... Gets February 18 Court date

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After receiving a lifetime ban from the promoters of Sting late in December last year, Sizzla Kalonji has found himself in yet another tough spot, this time with police authorities for his use of indecent language.

Reports are that on January 21, 2014 Sizzla, born Miguel Collins, was at a nightclub in Yallahs, St Thomas when the police came to turn off the music. Reports claim that the music was in breach of the noise abatement Act, as it was playing beyond the slated lock-off time.

It was further reported that Sizzla, seemingly angry at the police's decision, turned the music back on and went on to hurl expletives at the authorities who later seized the music equipments.

The following day, Sizzla went to the Yallahs Police Station in an attempt to retrieve the music equipment when police served him with a summons to report to court on February 18, 2014.

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