Boxer Jean Pascal's home searched by police

Police raided the home of Canadian boxer Jean Pascal over the weekend after a woman alleged she was sexually assaulted during a party there.

Woman alleges she had non-consensual sexual relations at a party at boxer's home

The Lorraine, Que. home of boxer Jean Pascal was raided by police on Sunday evening. (Radio-Canada)

Police raided the home of Canadian boxer Jean Pascal over the weekend after a woman alleged she was sexually assaulted during a party there.

Officers from Quebec's Thérèse-De Blainville regional police force said they searched Pascal's home at 7 p.m. on Sunday.

The boxer was in Los Angeles at the time, to attend the Grammy Awards.

Haitian-born Jean Pascal was chosen to represent Canada as middleweight at the Athens Olympic Games, in 2004. (Eric Bolte/USA TODAY Sports/Reuters)

According to police, the 25-year-old woman said she met Jean Pascal at a bar on Saturday night, and was invited to a party at his home in Lorraine, northwest of Montreal.

The woman told police she had a non-consensual sexual interaction with someone at that party, which about a dozen people attended.

The 25 year old was taken to a hospital in Saint-Jérôme for examination, and has been questioned by police. 

Pascal is expected to meet with police after he returns to Canada.

Police will not say whether Pascal is suspected of being involved in the alleged assault. 

The boxer is not facing any charges.