WINNIPEG - The Manitoba government has filed a court application to seize the home of a former high school football coach accused of sexual assault.
Kelsey McKay is charged with a number of sex crimes against eight ex-students he coached in Winnipeg.
In a statement, the director of criminal property forfeiture claims McKay's house was a key part of his alleged offences.
Provincial law allows assets to be seized, even though McKay has not entered a plea yet or been found guilty of anything.
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