WARNING: This article contains graphic content and may affect those who have experienced sexual violence or know someone affected by it.
The sex assault trial of Canadian musician Jacob Hoggard is set to resume in Toronto Tuesday.
The Crown finished presenting its evidence early last week, and the defence is expected to begin making its case.
Hoggard, the B.C.-born frontman for the band Hedley, has pleaded not guilty to two counts of sexual assault causing bodily harm and one of sexual interference, a charge that relates to the sexual touching of a person under 16.
The charges relate to incidents involving two complainants, one of whom was a teenager at the time.
Prosecutors allege Hoggard arranged to have the complainants meet him at Toronto-area hotels, where they allege he repeatedly raped them, leaving them bleeding and bruised.
The defence, meanwhile, argues Hoggard had consensual sex with the complainants.
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