Tommy Lee Sparta still has a lottery scam cloud over his head because his trial was once again postponed.

The dancehall deejay was in court last week with his attorney when the judge postponed the highly anticipated trial until October 13. The trial was delayed because no courtroom was available to accommodate the case. In 2014, Tommy Lee Sparta along with three of his associates was charged with possession of identity information under the Law Reform Fraudulent Transaction Special Provisions Act.

According to the police report, in February 2014, cops raided a house that the deejay was renting in Kingston 5 where they found documents containing the names and personal information of persons living in the United States. The “Uncle Demon” deejay and several other occupants in the house were arrested and slapped with various charges related to the Anti-Lottery Act.

Last month, Tommy Lee Sparta revealed that he is strongly considering suing the Jamaican government for $20 million for violating his constitutional rights.