Annamay Lewis, who was charged with wounding Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves, alleges that the head of CID Clauston Francis, entered her bedroom on August 5 while she was putting on her underwear.
Lewis made the revelation while speaking at a press conference hosted by the St Vincent Opposition party on Friday.
“When I got home from the protest, I took a shower and went to bed. While I was in a doze, I heard a knock on the door. When I got up and went to see who it was, I saw the police, several of them”.
“When I opened the door, it was Mr Francis and his men, only one lady with them . He came into the house and said, you alone living in this big house, I said yes”.
“I went back to the bedroom because I was not properly dressed. As I went back to the room to put on clothes, he came into the bedroom”.
“The lady said to him; she is putting on her clothes; when he came in, I was putting on my underwear. He said to me, you hit the Prime Minister, and he is in the hospital, you will have to come and go to make an apology to him”.
This would have been the first time Lewis was making the revelation.
Lawyer Kay Bacchus- Baptiste told NEWS784 on Friday that the disclosure by her client left her flabbergasted.
The Director of Public Prosecution on September 15 withdrew the charge against Annamay Lewis.
Lawyer Kay Bacchus- Baptiste told News784 that disclosure was not given to her on the matter.
“I am not surprised because the confession they took from my client was bogus; they force her to confess, and they have no evidence that she did throw a stone and hit the Prime Minister”.
Bacchus-Baptiste said the police have been spending an enormous amount of time not solving crime but arresting protesters in the last month.