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She said that when her rapist is released from prison, she will be forced to relocate to another city."If I don't, I know I will become a recluse and the cycle of fear and depression will begin all over again," the woman told the court.Desjarlais' sentencing was delayed three weeks to July 24 to allow Justice Brian Barrington-Foote time to review a Gladue Report, a special pre-sentencing hearing into an Indigenous perpetrator's background.
“The numbers are kind of staggering, but it wasn’t overly surprising,” Joanne Simons, CEO of Casey House, told the Toronto Star.
“For the clients that Casey House serves, that stigma is very real on a very daily basis," she said.
In her victim impact statement, she said that she suffered months of uncertainty alone, unwilling to burden her friends and family with the "HIV scare" until she found out she was negative.
The woman said she also has trouble leaving the house and fears strangers.
"Initially, it was believed to be what made the sexual assault an 'aggravated' sexual assault," senior Crown prosecutor Chris White said.