Rozon, 62, made the announcement on his Facebook page Wednesday within hours of the allegations being published online.In the statement, he did not admit to or even comment on the allegations, only saying he was "shaken." Quebec actress Salomé Corbo told Le Devoir that Rozon assaulted her at a party in 1990 when she was a teenager.Those allegations have not been verified by CBC/Radio-Canada and have not been proven in court.
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But he said that in this kind of situation, "We would have sent [the board] a message." Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre says he was shocked to learn of the allegations against Gilbert Rozon, head of Just For Laughs and the city's 375th anniversary celebrations.
(Graham Hughes/Canadian Press) Coderre also said it is important that victims feel they can come forward.