Crime Watch host Ian Alleyne has initiated legal action against Police Inspector Roger Alexander, Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi and acting Commissioner of Police, Stephen Williams.
Alleyne's attorney, Gerald Ramdeen has issued pre-action protocol letters to the three parties following his highly publicized arrest on February 16th.
Alleyne was arrested in Chaguanas at the home of businessman, Sheron Sukhdeo who was at he time of the incident, a person of interest on connection with domestic abuse case.
Alexander, a host of TV6's "Beyond the Tape" programme, arrested Alleyne on the compound and Alleyne was subsequently charged with using annoying language, resisting arrest and obstruction of the police in the execution of their duties.
Alleyne pleaded not guilty to all three charges when he appeared before Magistrate Joanne Connor at the Tunapuna Magistrates’ Court.
The three parties have been given 14 days to respond with an apology to Alleyne.
Ramdeen says if there is no response the matter will be heading to court.
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