SELECTED CASE LAW
In 2016 ONSC 2145, Mr. B, a 50-year-old man, was found guilty of criminal harassment but ac-quitted of sexual assault.
Ms. H and Mr. B had a sexual relationship that lasted several months. Mr. B was cheating on his wife. Ms. H said that on one date the sex was a brutal non-consensual sexual assault. Ms. H ended the relationship but Mr. B continued to communicate with her, which made her feel afraid. He threatened to “go Rambo” on her. He texted her, called her, and left her voicemail messages.
Mr. B was sentenced to a suspended sentence and 18 months’ probation. Additional orders included a no contact order.
See also: 2016 ONSC 594 (Trial); 2016 ONSC 464.
Criminal Offence(s): Sexual Assault