Jurors heard from the final defence witnesses Wednesday in Skipp Anderson's sexual assault trial, ahead of Thursday morning's closing arguments. Anderson, who owns Saskatoon's Pink Lounge and Nightclub, is accused of sexually assaulting a young man who had passed out after a hot tub party in 2016. The alleged victim says he was too intoxicated to have given consent. Anderson says the young man initiated the sexual intercourse. Anderson testified in his own defence on Tuesday.
The jury in Skipp Anderson's sexual assault trial was given a graphic primer on the mechanics of gay sex when the Saskatoon nightclub owner took the stand in his own defence Tuesday. Anderson, who owns Pink Lounge and Nightclub, is accused of sexually assaulting a young man who had passed out after a hot tub party at Anderson's home in 2016. The alleged victim says that he awoke in bed to find Anderson having sexual intercourse with him. The man said that he was in no state to have consented.
A jury in Saskatoon is hearing the details of an alleged sexual assault involving the owner of a prominent gay bar. Skipp Anderson is accused of assaulting a young man who had passed out at a party at Anderson's home in 2016. The alleged victim testified Monday that he awoke to find Anderson sexually assaulting him. Anderson claims that the sex was consensual.
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