PWInsider.com reports that a jury has found former AWA star Buck "Rock n' Roll" Zumhofe guilty of six counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct and six counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct during his trial Wednesday in Minnesota.
As previously reported, Zumhofe was on trial, which began on Tuesday, after allegations were made against him that he sexually molested a young woman who lived with him approximately 1,800 times from 1999 until 2011. Some reports state that the young woman in question is his own daughter, though this has not been officially confirmed, as most reports only state that the young woman is a "close female relative." The abuse is reported to have began when the young woman was only 15 years old.
On Tuesday afternoon, Zumhofe took the stand in his own defense and denied the allegations brought against him as well as the testimony of the alleged victim.
Out of the total of 12 counts that Zumhofe was charged with, he was found guilty on all of them.
Zumhofe is scheduled to be sentenced sometime Thursday.
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