A Mississauga couple has been convicted of drugging another couple and sexually assaulting the woman during a booze-fuelled night that left the victims without memories of the sex acts they say were forced upon them.
Marcia Vant, 30, and her husband, David Vant, 39, had pleaded not guilty to sexual assault and administering a “stupefying thing” to a couple they met in a bar in February 2009. They are to be sentenced in Brampton court on July 14.
The identities of the victims were protected in the judge-alone trial before Justice Silja Seppi.
The centrepiece of the Crown’s case was a cellphone video the male victim admitted shooting at the Vants’ apartment during a 24-period. Neither he nor his girlfriend had any memory of it because they were drugged, the Crown said during the trial.