Patrick Brown passed a lie-detector test that asked him detailed questions about sexual misconduct allegations against him, the Toronto Sun has learned.
The test, administered by one of Canada’s top polygraph experts, was conducted in two stages on Feb. 14 and Feb 15 in Markham.
Brown was asked about the specific accusations that have been made by him by two women, one that occurred five years ago and the other about 10 years ago.
The first accuser told CTV in a story aired Jan 24 that she was in high school and underage some 10 years ago when she met Brown in a Barrie bar with a “mutual friend” both knew and was invited back to Brown’s home, where he gave her a tour that ended up in his bedroom where Brown closed his upstairs bedroom door and “exposed his penis to her.”
The second accuser, who worked as a summer student in Brown’s office in 2013, also said he fed her drinks following a Barrie hockey fundraiser and during an after-party at his home, kissed her without permission then tried to pressure her into sex in his bedroom, which she described to CTV as a “sexual assault.”