She told police that the only stipulation that Kye made was that she wear a blindfold because he was ”anxious about the way he looked“ and ”could not walk properly“ due to nerve and muscle damage.
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'There may have been no conscious agenda or racist intent towards involved people of African or Caribbean heritage in the Cool Runnings float, but there is no doubt that offence has been caused and that there is a danger that unchallenged, such behaviour makes casual racism seem okay.'The organisers of the carnival, which is run by volunteers, failed to respond to the Daily Mail's request for comment.
Cool Runnings is based on the real life story of Jamaica's first bobsleigh team to compete at the 1988 Winter Olympics.
The complainant said she put on the blindfold of a sleeping mask and scarf and that a ”shaking“ Kye came in and said he had signed himself out of a private hospital in Manchester.
The pair then had sex, she alleges, before Kye said he had to return to hospital.
It sparked a social media furore as it was revealed that Mr Mohamed had in fact buried a different woman at the funeral service.