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    A fourth woman sues Gilbert Rozon

    On June 23, 2021, Ms. Annick Charette filed a civil lawsuit against Gilbert Rozon. She is claiming $300,000 in compensatory damages, as well as $1,000,000 in punitive damages for the rape she suffered in 1980 and for the prejudice caused to her by Mr. Rozon’s lies during the criminal trial. In his sworn testimony before the court, he invented a sordid scenario that placed Ms. Charette in the position of the abuser and himself in the position of the victim. Ms. Charette alleges in the proceeding that she felt as if she was being raped a second time upon hearing this unrealistic and humiliating testimony.

    This lawsuit follows Patricia Tulasne’s, Lyne Charlebois’ and Danie Frenette’s individual lawsuits and comes on the heels of the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision not to hear the Courageuses’ appeal after the Quebec Court of Appeal denied them leave to sue their abuser by way of a class action.

    You can read the originating application here.