MCKEE, Ky. — A Jackson County judge will let a teenager who says she is gay testify against friends charged with attacking her.
The Lexington Herald-Leader reported District Judge Henria Bailey-Lewis ruled Monday, Aug. 2 that Cheyenne Williams will be allowed to testify against two other female teens. Defense had asked that Williams’ testimony be barred, saying her story to police was inconsistent.
Williams had Corinne Schwab and Ashley Sams charged with kidnapping and attempted murder. The court reduced the charges to fourth-degree assault and menacing.
Schwab and Sams face trial Aug. 19 in the incident, which took place April 16.
A third girl, who is a juvenile, is also charged.