SELECTED CASE LAW
In, 2013 NSPC 98, Mr. D, a 21-year-old man, pleaded guilty to sexual assault, extortion, damages to property, obstruction, breach of undertaking to an officer, and breach of an undertaking of a judge.
Mr. D had been in a relationship with Ms. M for about five and a half years. During their relationship, when she was between the ages of 14 and 16, he physically and sexually assaulted her.
They had been separated for about two or three months when he texted and called Ms. M threatening to post naked photos of her on the internet. He mocked her about raping her and threatened to put the images on Facebook and told her she would have to pay him to take them down.
He was sentenced to four years in jail, registered as a sex offender for 20 years, had a firearm prohibition, a DNA order and a no-contact order with the victim. He was ordered not to have contact with Ms. M nor possess a cellphone, pager, blackberry or computer.