Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Sister-in-Law of Just for Laughs Founder Rozon Accuses Him of Sexual Misconduct

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Sister-in-Law of Just for Laughs Founder Rozon Accuses Him of Sexual Misconduct

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Rozon's sister-in-law accuses him of sex crime

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MONTREAL - The latest woman to accuse Just For Laughs founder Gilbert Rozon of sexual misconduct is his sister-in-law, who alleges in an interview the businessman pulled down her underwear and assaulted her in the mid-1990s.

Martine Roy, the sister of Rozon's wife, told Montreal-based 98.5 FM how Rozon approached her in the Just For Laughs museum and ushered her into a private room.

"He takes me, puts me on top of a counter, pulls down my underwear and downright assaults me," she told the station.

"I froze, I completely froze, because I couldn't believe what was happening ... I was afraid of him, so afraid of him and I knew that no one would believe me."

Roy, 54, is the latest woman to accuse the impresario of sexual misconduct. …

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