Former CBC radio host Jian Ghomeshi returns to a Toronto courtroom Thursday for the third day of his trial.
Proceedings were put on hold Wednesday to allow the Crown to secure another available witness.
Earlier this week, the first witness testified Ghomeshi acted like a gentleman, but quickly turned, and became violent, pulling her hair and punching her several times in the head.
During cross-examination, his lawyer, Marie Henein, produced a couple of emails the alleged victim sent to Ghomeshi about a year after their encounter.
The witness had said she didn’t have any contact with Ghomeshi after the alleged attacks, but admitted to sending the emails in order to bait him to respond, so she could question him about the assaults.
Ghomeshi has pleaded not guilty to four counts of sexual assault and a count of overcome resistance by choking.