Christmas In Jail For Boca DJ, Alleged Molestor Jesse Coursey

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Jesse Coursey remains in jail on a molestation charge. (Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail).

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Jesse D. Coursey, a once popular party dj, is back in the Palm Beach County Jail this Christmas as his child molestation case continues.

Coursey, 33, was first arrested back in October of 2013 for allegedly molesting a 15-year-old girl by performing oral sex on her. Police said at the time that he used lines like, “I’m going to make you feel so good.”

Coursey was released on bond but was re-arrested following testimony provided by two West Palm Beach police officers in early October. While the substance of the testimony is unclear, court records show that the judge was angered, writing: “Defendant (Coursey) can not and shall not be released from custody until further order of the court. Defendant to remain in custody with any possibility of release until the court enters a formal order modifying this.”

No order has been issued.

Coursey’s next hearing is set for February 13th, but it appears he will not be present. The judge has added “Do Not Transport” to Coursey’s file.

 

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