The defamation trial between journalist Laura Robinson and former Vancouver Olympics CEO John Furlong went into its third day on Wednesday.
Robinson continues her testimony, explaining how she mapped out a story suggesting Furlong abused teenagers more than four decades ago.
She is still under direct examination by her lawyer Bryan Baynham. Her cross-examination is slated to start later Wednesday.
Her 2012 article in the Georgia Straight newspaper claimed Furlong beat First Nations students when he taught at a private Catholic school in Burns Lake.
Furlong responded with his own accusations the story was not true and Robinson was a shoddy reporter with a personal vendetta.
The case has been moved to a larger courtroom to accommodate more observers.
None of the allegations has been proven in court.