In 1999, two teenage sisters went to police to reveal three years of sexual assault done to them by boxer David Hilton. Hilton had been lovers with the girls’ mother, and was violent to her also.
Between 1995 and 1998, Hilton sexually assaulted the girls separately and together, often when other adults were in the room sleeping. The girls described many more than the nine counts for which he was eventually charged and convicted: sexual assault, two counts sexual interference with a minor and two counts of invitation to sexual touching. They described forced kissing, forced oral-penis penetration, and eventually rape. They were twelve years old when he started and fifteen by the time he stopped.
Read this story in Canada’s Promises to Keep: The Charter and Violence Against Women, pp. 197-198