Ex-spouse ofElisabeth rioux, Bryan McCormick, pleaded guilty to three counts of violent acts and death threats in a context of domestic violence, on December 13, at the Saint-Jérôme courthouse.
The influencer shared the news on her Instagram page: “ This morning, the trial finally ended positively for me and for the community because my attacker pleaded guilty. Today marks a new start for us, we can finally return to our normal life without constantly worrying … Everything I did, I did for Wolfie, she gave me the strength to be able to advance day by day through these long procedures, in order to be able to give him a better future and show him that justice can be done ».
Élisabeth Rioux also gave news of her domestic violence trial to her fans, via the Instagram platform, a few days ago. Here is his message of hope: ” Today I had an appointment with the police to prepare for the trial. I thought that day was never going to come to be honest. Before this morning, I didn’t realize, I thought it was going to be pushed back again so I wasn’t even stressed and I was in my bubble of happiness with Christo, my family and the holidays ahead, but today ‘yeah I realized that day that I feared is finally here ».
Then she went on to say, “ Tomorrow I have another day of preparation and the trial will begin on Monday. I should be there for three days next week, in the same room as the person who is terrorizing me. It will be the first time that I have seen this person in over a year, but my brain does not understand it. I have to admit it’s terrifying, but it’s worth it. Everything I do, I do it for Wolfie and for women who are afraid to speak out about domestic violence ».
Recall that it was in an extremely shaking Youtube video that she recounted her abusive relationship with her ex-spouse. The influencer and businesswoman began by saying that she tried several times to make the video, but always ended up crying and therefore decided not to post it. Subsequently, she mentioned that she is telling us her story, but that certain details must be kept confidential, since she will go to trial.
« A year ago, I made the most important decision of my whole life, a year ago I went to the police station to file a complaint against the person with whom I thought to spend the rest of my life & especially the father of my new baby She wrote on her Instagram account.
We can never say it enough, if you are victims of domestic violence, know that you are not alone and that several people can help you. Do not hesitate and call 1-800-363-9010 or go to the website of SOS domestic violence.