Oritse Williams’ Of JLS £3million Mansion Flames Up Days After Being Cleared Of Rape

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Oritse Williams (AP /Joe Gidden)

British singer, Oritsé Jolomi Matthew Soloman Williams who is best known as the founding member of the boy band JLS is having a lot to deal with after his £3million Mansion in South London went up in flames in broad daylight, days after he was cleared of raping a woman in a hotel room three years ago.

Around 70 Firefighters and Ten fire engines from Addington, Croydon, Biggin Hill, Purley and surrounding stations were called at around 4.30pm on Tuesday after the fire broke out, the fire was under control by 7pm that night, however, the cause of the fire is currently under investigation.

A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police confirmed that the incident is being treated as suspicious.

They said:

“Police were called at 16:39hrs on Tuesday, 4 June following reports of a fire at a residential address in Spout Hill, Croydon. Officers attended with London Fire Brigade. There were no reported injuries.

“There have been no arrests. ‘At this stage, the incident is being treated as suspicious. The cause of the fire is under investigation” 

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Recall that the singer was found not guilty of rape just last week . The 32-year-old had been accused of launching a sex attack on a 20-year-old tattoo artist, after plying her and two pals with alcohol on December 2, 2016 at a solo gig in Wolverhampton.

However, after about two and a half hours’ deliberation by a jury of eight women and four men, the jury at Wolverhampton crown court also found Williams’s tour manager Jamien Nagadhana not guilty of charges of sexual assault and assault by penetration.

The Singer is of Nigerian heritage and attended British International School, Lagos, Nigeria.

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