Toronto — Canadian musician Jacob Hogard’s sexual assault trial is set to resume in Toronto today.
The crown finished presenting evidence early last week, and defense will begin its claim today.
Hoggard, the frontman of the band Hedley, pleaded not guilty to two sexual assaults and one sexual interference that caused physical harm, and crimes related to sexual contact with people under the age of 16.
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The accusations were related to a case involving two petitioners, one of whom was a teenager at the time.
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Prosecutors allege that Hogard arranged to meet the plaintiff at a hotel in the Toronto area, where he raped violently and repeatedly, causing bleeding and bruising.
Meanwhile, defense alleges that Hogard had sex under an agreement with plaintiffs.
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Hedley frontman Jacob Hogard’s sexual assault trial will resume in Toronto on Tuesday
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