Gang rape: Noah Corson’s alleged victim describes her horror evening with three hockey players

A young woman who was allegedly raped by three hockey players, including Noah Corson who wore the colors of the Drummondville Voltigeurs, courageously testified to the shock and after-effects left by this evening of horror in 2016.

“I made several suicide attempts, I had to be hospitalized in a psychiatric ward a few months after the event. I had anxiety,” said the alleged victim of Noah Lee Jetté Corson, his full name, this morning at the Drummondville courthouse.

The young man was put on trial for sexual assault with the participation of others when he was 18 years old.

The young woman was 15 years old at the time. She calmly described the horror evening to the Court. Corson and two other young hockey players, including a Voltigeurs teammate, came to join her at her home one evening when she was alone. They went straight to his room.

Destabilized and lost

Each in turn, he allegedly sexually assaulted her before leaving the room. Remember that the two other minor defendants have already pleaded guilty before the youth court. Thus, it is prohibited to name them because of their age.

Noah Lee Jette Corson

Photo Erika Aubin

Moreover, one of them is expected to testify for the Crown during the trial.

When they left the apartment that evening, the alleged victim remembers lying naked and crying in her bed: “I was destabilized, lost. I was trying to understand how this could have happened. I didn’t understand anything,” she said.

Noah Corson announced he was taking an indefinite break from professional hockey when the accusation against him was revealed in the media. He then played for the Adirondack Thunder in the United States in the ECHL minor professional league.

He is also the son of former Canadian player Shayne Corson.

His trial continues in the afternoon before Judge Paul Dunnigan.

More details to come…

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