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Alex Chapman, whose sexual harassment complaint sparked an inquiry that could cost Justice Lori Douglas her job, has his own online sex history, claims an affidavit filed by Sarah Whitmore. Chapman referred questions Monday to his lawyer, Rocco Galati.
In , Douglas was a family law lawyer along with her husband, Jack King. King had uploaded sexually explicit photos of Douglas to a website dedicated to interracial sex and said his wife was looking for a black partner.
He also emailed photos to Chapman, who is black, and who King had represented in a divorce. He asked Chapman to have sex with Douglas. Chapman broke that deal in and complained to the judicial council, saying Douglas was part of the sexual harassment. The inquiry, which has been suspended amid court challenges and allegations of unfairness, is also examining whether Douglas failed to disclose the matter when she was appointed a judge in and whether the very existence of the photos disqualifies her from continuing as a judge.
She and King have said he acted alone without her knowledge and was suffering from depression at the time. The five-member panel overseeing the inquiry began hearings in the summer, but quickly ran into unfairness complaints from some of the lawyers involved. They have asked the Federal Court of Canada to halt the inquiry. There is no word on when the application will be heard. Another wrench was thrown into the inquiry last month, when Guy Pratte, the independent lawyer leading the inquiry, suddenly resigned.
Pratte was upset that the panel had another lawyer to cross-examine witnesses on its behalf. The panel cannot sit in judgment of the case while also participating and grilling witnesses, he said. Filed under: Manitoba. Post navigation Previous Come for the Trump-Trudeau handshake, stay for the squirm. Related stories. Manitoba Liberal executive pleads guilty to charge under Elections Act. Manitoba prepares for the possibility of major flooding this spring.