Lenny Kravitz’s Free Dental Clinic In The Bahamas Raided By Police
A four-day free dental clinic in Gregory Town sponsored by Lenny Kravitz‘s Let Love Rule Foundation was raided by police and immigration officials on Monday (Dec 14).
Via Page Six:
“The dentists literally had to run out the back door to escape being arrested,” one source told me exclusively.
The “Fly Away” singer and “Hunger Games” actor is a longtime resident of Gregory Town on the island of Eleuthera, and his Let Love Rule Foundation has quietly contributed to local charitable programs.
Kravitz flew several American dentists there for the four-day clinic, but evidently didn’t get all the permits required.
On Monday, the last day of the program, as local residents were being fitted for dentures and having root canals, police and immigration officials burst in “and gave the team working 15 minutes to pack up all the equipment and leave,” the Eleutheran newspaper reported.
Kravitz’s spokeswoman said he had no comment.
The good news is the clinic is expected to return next with all of the necessary permits.
Kudos to Lenny for trying to provide the residents with free dental care.
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