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Gilbert Rozon leaves the Quebec Court of Appeals, in Montreal, in a May 16, 2019, file photo.

Ryan Remiorz/The Canadian Press

Entertainment mogul Gilbert Rozon’s trial for rape and indecent assault will take place over five days in June.

Crown and defence lawyers appeared before a judge today and agreed to trial dates from June 8 to June 12.

A publication ban covers the identity of the victim – a single female complainant with allegations dating back to 1980 in St-Sauveur, Que.

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Rozon, a founder of Just for Laughs, was charged in December 2018 with rape and indecent assault.

He opted for a trial before judge alone during a court appearance last month.

In November, Rozon renounced his right to a preliminary hearing.

Prosecutor Bruno Menard says the Crown will reserve comment until it’s time to present the case to the court.

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