Canadian Radio Host Jian Ghomeshi Found Not Guilty On Sexual Assault Charges — See WHY The Judge Ruled In His Favor!
Things are looking up for Jian Ghomeshi.
The former CBC broadcaster — who was fired from his radio show in 2014 after sexual allegations against him surfaced — has been found not guilty of sexual assault and overcoming resistance by choking.
Three women — including Trailer Park Boys star Lucy DeCoutere — accused the 48-year-old of attacking and sexually assaulting them, claims that Ghomeshi denied and wrote off as nothing more than consensual "rough sex."
Judge William Horkins ruled in favor of the defendant, citing that the three women's stories had been inconsistent and had left reasonable doubt in the case.
In his judgement, Horkins wrote: