Alleged transgender sexual predator Jessica (Yaniv) Simpson has been found guilty in Surrey Provincial Court on Wednesday for assaulting former Rebel News journalist Keean Bexte.
Yaniv, a biological male who now goes by the name "Jessica Simpson," was charged with assault after he repeatedly punched Bexte in the head with closed fists on January 14, 2020.
Rebel News journalist Keean Bexte approached Jonathan Yaniv for questioning after he appeared in court on 2 counts of weapons charges.
According to video footage of the incident which was submitted as evidence in court, Yaniv can be seen assaulting the journalist after grabbing his microphone outside the Surrey Provincial Courthouse during an outburst of anger. Yaniv proceeded to chase Bexte while yelling profanities as the journalist attempted to retreat from the scene.
Yaniv, who has an extensive history of assaulting journalists, eventually walked away after Bexte questioned if he was going to "plead guilty" in his criminal case.
Judge Mark Jette said Bexte's testimony that Yaniv punched him in the head couldn't be proven through submitted evidence; however, footage proved that an assault occurred, Rebel News reports.
Despite being found guilty of the assault, Judge Mark Jette granted Yaniv a conditional discharge, which means the charges won't appear on Yaniv's criminal record. Judge Jette sentenced Yaniv to counseling and parole, according to Rebel News reporter Drea Humphrey.
The Canadian transgender activist has an extensive history of controversies which includes sexual assault and harassment, physical assault, possession of illegal weapons, and others.
Jessica "Jonathan" Yaniv made headlines for suing multiple beauty salons after female employees refused to wax his male genitalia. He lost the battle in court.