In 2012 I ran a story about Charles Parnell’s deportation. His daughter made a statement on the post …Here goes
Submitted on 2014/10/23 at 11:52 pm
hello im roniqua the molester’s child i was 3 when my mother died and I was 8 when my dad went to jail im so sad im am so hurt about what my father did and it hurts me that many of you all think that he is bad but it kills me inside to know that my dad did those things and I just don’t want no one to hate me for anything thank you
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Girlie get Deported
Afew months after completing a year prison term for endangering the welfare of a 13-yearold boy in Brooklyn, Jamaican born actor Lacell ‘Girlie’ Parnell, 42 has decided to return to his homeland and avoid formal deportation. As a result of the charges, Parnell lost his “green card” resident status and was scheduled for deportation to Jamaica, but he was allowed to remain at the U.S.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention facility at Port Isabel Service Processing Center in Texas while he fights a medical malpractice lawsuit against a doctor and the Brooklyn Medical Center for the death of his wife.Parnell recently collected a $95,000 settlement from the Brooklyn Medical Center for the wrongful death of his wife in 2004.
“The case against the doctor is still not settled, but it was a waste of time for me to be sitting in jail with nothing to do. Based on the advice of my lawyers, I decided to return home and continue to seek justice and compensation for my family. The judge has agreed to have my participation via satellite,” Parnell noted.
Parnell told Street Hype that he was met on arrival in Montego Bay, Jamaica on April 23, 2012 by scores of family members and fans. “I am very happy to be home and to get on with my career of entertaining people. Within the next two months I will be launching the play “Girlie Get Visa” and in December “Girlie Get Deported,” he added
The actor is, however, insisting that he did not sexually molest any child and noted that in 2004, he was charged with endangering the welfare of children who were assisting him to distribute his promotional fliers. “I was jailed for 18 days and was placed on probation, but in 2008 I was again accused of endangering the welfare of a minor. It was not about sex,” he claimed. Parnell, who is now listed as a sex offender in New York State also stressed that he learned his lesson and was now very focused and determined to remain positive “but careful about negative people who would set traps to destroy my character and reputation.”
He was arrested on May 29, 2008 on five counts of sexual abuse in the 2nd degree; two counts of endangering the welfare of a child and one count of aggravated harassment in the 2nd degree involving the 13-year-old boy.
Parnell was found guilty in Brooklyn’s District Court and was sentenced in July 2009 to two years in prison at the Rikers Island Jail, but was later transferred to the Port Isabel Service Processing Center in Texas, which holds detainees of the ICE, whose immigration status, or citizenship, has not been officially determined or who are awaiting repatriation.