Winnipeg Hockey Coach Charged with Sexual Exploitation

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Disturbing Allegations Against Hockey Coach Uncovered – Charges Laid

In October 2023, the Winnipeg Police Service’s Sex Crimes Unit began investigating a case involving an adult hockey coach and a player, spanning 2019 to 2021.

Background of the Case

  • Accused: Madison Biluk, 28, former coach in Hockey Manitoba (2018-2023)
  • Allegations: Forged a sexually exploitative relationship with a teenage player
  • Method: Alleged grooming and abuse, continuing beyond the player’s hockey involvement

Charges Laid Against Biluk

Madison Biluk faces 15 charges, including:

  • Sexual Assault
  • Sexual Exploitation
  • Various forms of Luring
  • Distribution of Sexually Explicit Material
  • Possession of Child Pornography
  • Assault with a Weapon

Release and Ongoing Investigation

Biluk has been released under Crown-authorized conditions. The investigation continues, with the Sex Crimes Unit appealing for information (204-986-6245).

Victim Support and Collaboration

Resources for victims:

  • WPS Victim Services: 204-986-6350
  • Klinic Sexual Assault Crisis Line: 204-786-8631

Hockey Winnipeg, Hockey Manitoba, and Hockey Canada are cooperating with the investigation.

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