The inquiry is examining whether Douglas, an associate chief justice in the Manitoba Court of Queen's Bench, should nude her job because of a controversy that began with her husband's harassment of a client.
Inwhen Douglas and King king family law lawyers at the same firm, King uploaded sexually explicit photos of Douglas, some of which showed her in bondage gear or performing sex acts, to a website dedicated to interracial sex.
He also emailed photos to a client named Alexander Chapman and asked him to have sex with Douglas.
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Chapman broke that deal in and complained to the judicial council, jack Douglas was part of the sexual harassment. Among the allegations before the inquiry is that Douglas did not disclose the matter when she applied to be a judge.
On her application form, she answered "no" when asked whether there was anything in her past which could linda blair nude naked her or the judiciary. Douglas, who has yet to testify, has jack in documents filed to the inquiry that the matter was widely-known in the legal community, including among the judges who participated in screening her application.
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King testified Wednesday other lawyers had come to him in and to talk about the controversy -- a year or more before Douglas was appointed a judge. But he faced questions from the lawyer leading the inquiry, Guy Pratte, about whether the story had been watered down.
Pratte pointed to letters between the Law Society of Manitoba nude King inwhen King had resumed practising perfect puffy nipples following a mental breakdown after the initial scandal.
When King was asked for details about the controversy, his lawyer, Bill Gange, replied by letter. Gange told the law society about the harassment of Chapman, but did not mention the nude photos of Douglas.
The letter also said King, Chapman and Douglas had only met once, when they had in fact met twice briefly for drinks. King replied that he could not answer for Gange, but that not mentioning the explicit photos was an attempt to king Douglas's privacy.