Carter Hart Arrested: Canadian professional ice hockey player Carter Hart recently took leave from his game. Well, he had to leave his post reportedly due to his involvement in sexual assault.
Hart, along with four other ice hockey players from Canada Men’s National Junior Ice Hockey Team, was reportedly involved in a 2018 sexual assault, and the investigation on the matter led to the current situation.
Currently, the media, as well as audiences around the globe, have an eye on them.
Carter Hart (born August 13, 1998) is a famous Canadian professional ice hockey goaltender who plays for the Philadelphia Flyers of the National Hockey League (NHL).
The Everett Silvertips, part of the Western Hockey League (WHL), picked him in the eighth round of the 2013 WHL Bantam Draft.
Giving his best in the ice hockey field, the Canadian National player has been a part of the Philadelphia Flyers professionally since 2018.
Is Carter Hart Arrested? NHL Player Investigated For 2018 Sexual Assault Scandal
Until now, there has been no information regarding Carter’s arrest. On January 23, 2024, the Philadelphia Flyers announced that Hart would take an indefinite leave from the ice hockey team for personal reasons.
It is speculated that his absence is related to his alleged involvement in a 2018 sexual assault case.
Neither the team members nor the Flyers organization has provided any details about the actual cause of his leave.
The case investigation is expected to progress rapidly, potentially leading to charges against him. If the player is found guilty, he may lose his position on the team.
Currently, he and his teammates are the center of attention, with people worldwide keeping a close eye on them.
This investigation will soon deliver a verdict on their hockey careers as well.
2018 Sexual Assualt Scandal
The Canadian team won the gold at the 2018 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships. They later attended the Hockey Canada Foundation Gala & Golf event on June 18, 2018.
After that, there was a claim of a group assault in London, Ontario.
The police believe there is a good reason to think that five members of the 2018 Canada World Juniors sexually assaulted an unnamed woman in a local hotel room.
However, nobody filed a case then, so the investigation this time might take deep research.
Moving on, on January 24, 2024, The Globe and Mail, citing sources whose names are under the curtain, stated that London police had instructed five team members to surrender.
With the ongoing investigation, their future in the hockey field may collapse forever.