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Under-16 player sexually abused by her coach
Madison Biluk, a 28-year-old hockey coach, was recently charged with 15 counts by Winnipeg police, including sexual assault against one of her former players, who was under 16 when the assaults began.

Winnipeg police were notified of the assaults, which took place between 2019 and 2021. In fact, the assaults continued even after the victim stopped playing hockey.

The victim was allegedly manipulated by the coach through a bond of trust, which led to the assaults.

The complaint process is still under investigation by Hockey Canada’s private affiliate, and the organization has confirmed that Biluk is no longer allowed to participate in Hockey Canada activities until a verdict is reached on this investigation.

And rightly so! In fact, we can already assume that she’ll never coach again for the rest of her life. 15 offences is enough to convince us that she has no chance of coming back.

Biluk was no longer coaching, but Hockey Canada and Hockey Manitoba still had to stop her.

The charges include sexual assault, sexual exploitation, possession and distribution of child pornography and assault with a weapon.

Only one victim has been identified by Winnipeg police, but the organization believes there may be other young girls affected by these crimes. Naturally, the identity of the victim has been withheld out of respect.

Winnipeg police spokeswoman Dani McKinnon confirmed that it was the victim herself who came to the police with the complaint. She thinks the victim is very brave to have denounced the actions and wishes her a peaceful life knowing that her attacker will be punished.

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