OTTAWA — A Crown attorney has accused Joshua Boyle of dictating strict weight-loss objectives for spouse Caitlan Coleman following the few had been freed as hostages of Taliban-linked captors.
Prosecutor Jason Neubauer stated Wednesday in Ontario court that the needs had been a means for Boyle, on test for presumably assaulting Coleman, to assert their control of her.
Neubauer pointed to a list Boyle evidently prepared that set down weight-loss goals of approximately 2 1/2 pounds a week — targets the prosecutor said she had to fulfill or perhaps chastised.
“You just directed that this be therefore,” Neubauer stated.
Under cross-examination, Boyle stated the set had pestered one another for many years to lose surplus weight as well as the objectives had been simply proposals for settlement, without any punishment for neglecting to satisfy them.
“We had both talked about our loads since at the very least 2007.”
The clear answer neglected to satisfy Neubauer. ” just just just What right must you get into a settlement along with your spouse regarding how much she should weigh?”
Neubauer has attempted to paint Boyle as an obsessively controlling spouse who hit, choked and bit Coleman whenever aggravated.
Boyle, 36, has pleaded not liable to offences against Coleman, including attack, intimate attack and illegal confinement within the amount of October to December 2017. Continue reading “Ex-hostage Boyle demanded wife drop some weight as way of control: prosecutor”