Kamloops Victim of Sexual Exploitation Case Speaks Out

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By now, you may have heard the name Chanelle Petrie.

It didn't have to be that way.

Chanelle chose to have her name known.

She's the victim in a case against her former Kamloops hockey coach, Heidi Ferber.

Ferber pleaded guilty to two charges after having a sexual relationship with a, then, minor Chanelle.

Chanelle's name was protected by a publication ban.

She chose to have that ban lifted so she could speak out publicly.

To find out what the impact of doing so has been, Chanelle spoke with Daybreak's Shelley Joyce.

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