Jamaican reggae artiste Capleton, who is facing a rape charge, had his bail extended when he appeared in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court on Thursday.
The matter was scheduled for another mention date and the 51-year-old entertainer, whose real name is Clifton Bailey, was instructed to return to court on July 13 after his bail was extended by Parish Judge Vaughn Smith.
In the meantime, the prosecution was ordered to make disclosure to the defence team by next Thursday.
The artiste was arrested and charged on May 11, following allegations that he had forced himself on the complainant.
According to the Corporate Communications Unit of the Jamaica Constabulary Force, on Saturday, April 28, around 11:20 am, Bailey hired a female hairdresser to groom his hair at a hotel in the New Kingston area.
The report further alleged that while at the hotel, he forcibly had sexual intercourse with the woman.
Attorney Christopher Townsend, who is representing Capleton, has denied the allegations and maintained that his client is innocent.
Source: Jamaica Observer