Lawyers for Jacob Hoggard will continue questioning the 2nd plaintiff today

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A woman who claims she was raped by Canadian musician Jacob Hoggard in a Toronto hotel room more than five years ago is set to testify again today at her sexual assault trial.

The Ottawa woman, who is the second plaintiff in the lawsuit, said earlier this week that she met the Hedley frontman on the dating app Tinder in November 2016 and later that month agreed to meet him for sex.

She said that once she joined him in a hotel, Hoggard raped her anally, vaginally and orally, and at one point choked her hard enough that she thought she could die.

Defense attorneys suggested she was harmed during consensual sex and fabricated rape allegations after Hoggard lost interest in her.

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2nd woman testifies in alleged sexual assault in Hedley frontman’s trial

An Ottawa-area woman is the second accuser to testify about alleged sexual abuse suffered by Hedley frontman Jacob Hoggard.

Hoggard pleaded not guilty to two counts of sexual assault causing bodily harm and one of sexual interference, a charge that refers to sexually touching a person under the age of 16.

The other complainant, who was 16 at the time, testified that Hoggard raped her vaginally and orally, and attempted to do so anally, in September 2016.

An agreed statement of facts indicates that Hoggard had a sexual relationship with each complainant on separate occasions in the fall of 2016.

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