Former banker charged with unlawful sexual intercourse

Former banker charged with unlawful sexual intercourse

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Former banker, Paul Lewis, 37, of Yamacraw Shores, was charged on Friday in the Supreme Court with unlawful sexual intercourse.

Lewis, in the white shirt, appeared in the Supreme Court on Bank Lane before Justice Bernard Turner.

Prosecutors alleged that Lewis, on Saturday, February 23, had unlawful sexual intercourse with a 14-year-old boy.

Lewis, a director at a private wealth management company, was allegedly caught by police officers in a compromising situation on a beach with a teen boy.

Lewis pleaded not guilty to the charge.

He is currently on bail and will return to court on May 21st for trial before justice Cheryl Grant-Thompson.