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Enter keyword s to search for the articles,events,business listing and community content. You can use letters:a-z,A-Z and numbers Justice Stuart Konyer has sentenced Michael Wallwork to jail for helping a woman work in the sex trade.
In November, the judge found Wallwork guilty of publishing an intimate image of the woman without her consent, receiving a financial benefit knowing it was derived from the sexual services of the woman and advertising an offer to provide sexual services for money. On Thursday, Konyer handed Wallwork a month sentence, but he was credited with days of pre-sentence custody. In the winter of , Wallwork used Facebook to message "You're beautiful," to a year-old woman unknown to him.
Story continues below. What came next was a three-week period where the woman, who can't be named under a publication ban, provided sexual services for money, with the help of Wallwork. She turned over all of the money she received from providing sexual services to Wallwork, the judge said in his judgment in Ontario Court of Justice in Peterborough on Nov. The judge added Wallwork knew the money she provided him was for sexual services because he had created ads for those services, negotiated services and prices with customers who responded to those ads, and discussed with the woman how to collect money for those services.
He used a share of the proceeds to pay for his own recreational drugs," Konyer said. Wallwork was found not guilty of procuring the woman to offer sexual services for money by exercising control, direction or influence over her.
Konyer ruled Wallwork exercised influence over the woman for the purpose of encouraging and aiding her to become a prostitute, but unlike a typical procuring case, he did not persuade or use violence or threats of violence to ensure that she continued to act as a prostitute. According to the evidence, which was heard on Aug.