Singer Jade Naraine says she's grateful to have found closure in Judges ruling of $105,000. Even though, the judgment was set aside, to allow the perpetrator to file a defence, and she's appealing the decision, knowing that the Hon. Judge failed to see that defendant chose to ignore the law suit for almost 6.5 months, she is grateful for Hon. Justice O'Marra's words, that he hoped that it would provide her with comfort, knowing that it is accepted that what happened to her happened. The Hon. Justice Corbett, who set it aside, despite that her perpetrator swore a false affidavit, had been found guilty of a reasonable apprehension of bias in a rare finding in appeal in 2016. https://www.lawtimesnews.com/article/appeal-court-makes-rare-finding-of-bias-against-judge-12436/
In 2017, she was denied access to Justice through the crown and police who felt she wasn't a credible witness. Jade was a credible witness, has proven her honesty in great detail, and has since launched an action against the Toronto Police and a Judicial Review against the Crown, who stayed the charges without evidence being heard, breaching section 15(1) of the charter. Many credible women face difficulty with sex assault prosecutions.