A 21-year-old woman who is accused of sexually abusing a child that her mother was guarding was brought to trial.
The young woman who can not be identified for failing to identify the victim is accused of inciting sexual contact and sexual contact between 1 January and 3 November 2016 on a four-year-old child.
By the voice of her lawyer, Melissa Gilbert, she gave up her case on Wednesday at the Sherbrooke courthouse.
Justice Hélène Fabi of the Court of Québec cited the accused at her trial and delivered the file to February 14, 2018.
The home childcare service was closed as a result of the criminal complaint in this case.
The accused had been released under a number of conditions following her appearance.
She can not be in the presence of the alleged victim or members of her family.
The accused can not be in the presence of minors. It can not be found in parks or in the presence of people under 16 years of age.
It is the prosecuting attorney Joanny Saint-Pierre who represents the Crown in this case.