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Accused receiving intermittent imprisonment for sexual assault conviction
Accused worked as model and then as modelling agent for decades. Accused was convicted of four counts of sexual assault and one count of sexual interference. Accused sexually assaulted three male complainants. Accused was 46 years old and he did not have criminal record. Accused had excellent reputation in modelling community but he was unable to work in his field because of charges, which ruined his reputation. Accused suffered from diabetes. Accused sentenced to 30 days’ intermittent imprisonment, less 2 days’ credit for time served and to 18-month conditional sentence.
R. v. Anderson (2017), 2017 CarswellOnt 3473, 2017 ONSC 1322, McWatt J. (Ont. S.C.J.).
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