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Diary entry says Manitoba judge was angry at husband for sharing nude photos

WINNIPEG - More documents have been released in a scandal over sexually explicit photos of a Manitoba judge.

The documents include personal diary entries by Lori Douglas, who is being investigated by the Canadian Judicial Council and who could lose her job.

In one entry, Douglas writes that her world collapsed when she found out that her husband had shared nude photos of her online.

In other entries, she expresses anger at her husband and says the situation must be fixed.

There are also emails in which the judge's husband talks about a desire for her to have sex with other people.

Douglas is accused of sexually harassing a man named Alexander Chapman and of being unfit to sit as judge — charges she has denied.

Douglas has said through her lawyer that her husband was acting without her knowledge and that she should not be penalized.

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