The sad truth about Jahdatta

Yugge Farrell (Jahdatta) is a Vincentian model and actress who seeks to win her back. She rose to fame when she emerged as one of the finalists on the 2015 season of the Caribbean’s Next Top Model, but after that, she slipped under the radar. Farrell released a couple of tracks in 2019 and recently tweeted that he will be releasing a mixtape soon.

Jahdatta’s story drew attention on social media after one of her videos went viral. A Twitter user posted a thread highlighting the trials Jahdatta went through in 2018. This article will look at Jahdatta’s controversial trial in 2018 and his alleged affair with a prominent Vincentian politician.

His trial in early 2018 drew the attention of the international community.

In early 2018, Jahdatta was prosecuted for insulting the finance minister’s wife. He pleaded not guilty to the charge, but the court was not convinced of his ability to plead guilty. The judge approved a request from the prosecution to send Jahdatta for psychiatric evaluation before going back to court to plead guilty.

The prosecution was well within its power to make such a request, but unusually, it did not provide evidence to support the need for a psychiatric evaluation. Despite the strong protests of Jahdatta’s lawyer, the judge approved it. A day after the court decision, Jahdatta posted a series of videos on Instagram in which he discussed his career and an alleged affair he had with Finance Minister Camillo Gonsalves.

She stated that her relationship with Camillo was not one of love and that it ended in 2016 after he made a sexual request with which she did not feel comfortable. After the two weeks of her evaluation were over, Jahdatta returned to court with her mental state in obvious decline. She would wave her arms and scream during court proceedings. It was reported that, contrary to the instructions of her lawyer, Ella Jahdatta had received three doses of antipsychotic medication.

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The judge’s ruling indicated that Jahdatta should undergo evaluation, not treatment. By giving him a dose of drugs, the staff at the mental health center violated the court order. Jahdatta screamed in anguish and disbelief when the judge ordered her to return to the mental institution for a week. The national and international community stood in solidarity with her, pointing to the imbalance of power between Jahdatta and her accusers as the reason for her suffering. In an interview with I’m witnessDeputy Daniel Cummings stated:

“This incident speaks to so many wrongs in our society…the inability of ordinary people to access the justice of our judicial system, to have the same chance to be treated across the board, like kings and peasants. It shows very clearly that those in authority feel that the laws don’t apply to them and that they can do whatever they want.”

Jahdatta’s parents knew about his relationship with Minister Camillo

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Jahdatta stated in her videos that her relationship with Minister Camillo began in 2013. According to Jahdatta’s mother, Gailene, Farrell saw an opportunity to live a better life when she started talking to the minister. She said I’m witness that after the relationship began in 2013, he did not see his daughter for three years. Gailene did not try to look for Jahdatta because she knew that her daughter was safe with the minister.

Jahdatta’s father, Calvert, also assured Gailene that Farrell lived with Camillo and that she was safe. Calvert even bragged that Camillo was his son-in-law. After the relationship ended, Gailene said she spoke with Camillo’s father, Prime Minister Ralph Gonzalez, about Camillo and Jahdatta. She even presented him with a witness who verified the relationship between the couple.

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The accusations made by Jahdatta damaged Camillo Gonsalves’ reputation and it is believed that the government sent her to the mental institution to destroy her credibility. The prime minister also alleged that Farrell sent blackmail letters threatening his family. Jahdatta refuted the claims, stating that he harbored no ill intentions towards anyone.

Jahdatta’s parents also felt the abuse of power after they were charged with arson and attempted murder. The prosecution alleged that Calvert and Gailene set fire to private property valued at $10,000 and inflicted machete wounds on the owner as he attempted to escape the fire.

The Finance Minister denied Jahdatta’s allegations after two years.

Minister Camillo and Jahdatta

Jahdatta was eventually granted bail after spending three weeks in the mental institution, but by then the damage had been done. The court dismissed Jahdatta’s charge in December 2018. The prime minister advised his son to keep quiet as the saga unfolded. Minister Camilo finally addressed the issue in an interview with Ana in February 2020.

Camillo claimed that Farrell’s accusations were false. He stated:

“It’s good that you ask me, because very few journalists really ask me, they ran all over the place with different answers, but I’m not going to answer that. Many accusations were made that were patently false on their face and it was distressing that so many people ran with them the way they did.”

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