Former journalist Rose Knight accused Justin Trudeau of sexual assault in the year 2000, something he has refused to apologize for.
The Canadian prime minister has been accused of sexual assault by at least one individual.
A 28 year old Trudeau was accused of inappropriately touching a young reporter at the Kokanee Summit in Creston, B.C.
Victim Rose Knight claims that Trudeau’s behaviour made her feel “blatantly disrespected.” A former co-worker stated that Knight felt “unsettled” by the incident and that she “didn’t like what had happened.”
Trudeau has denied any wrongdoing. He has acknowledged that he “sensed” that he made the woman uncomfortable.
Notably, the woman declined to press charges against Justin Trudeau for sexual assault.
Sexual assault is defined as an “act in which one intentionally sexually touches another person without that person’s consent or coerces or physically forces a person to engage in a sexual act against their will.”
Trudeau has been accused of having inappropriate relationships with his students while teaching at West Point Grey Academy in Vancouver, but these claims lack evidence.
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