On May 23, 2013 he was accused of biting the girl’s neck during a sexual encounter.
The owner of Art-Ink Sanity said he was innocent of the charge but was forced to move from the island because of notoriety.
But the case fell apart at trial when the complainant admitted under cross-examination by attorney for Dawson Kathleen Lewis that she lied in her first statement to police.
She insisted that in a second, subsequent statement to police she told the truth, but it was established that the two statements were virtually the same.
The arresting officer, also under cross-examination, told the court that he disbelieved the complainant’s statements.
The primary school student was allegedly beaten by her mother after the incident until she told her that Dawson was the man who bit her.
Chief Magistrate Ann-Marie Smith upheld the submission of no case to answer by Lewis, ruling that there was “difficulty and inconsistencies” in the prosecution’s case, especially with the complainant, who she said was not credible. Dawson says that with the charge now behind him, he wants to go back home.