Her council stated that the 21-year-old had an "accident" Thursday night while in jail. This incident seems to have been quite physical as shown by the marks on her face.
When the media approached Sarah Desabrais, Rojas-Latraverse's lawyer, she commented that the altercation was "a personal matter”.
The trial was delayed until Monday by the judge to give Rojas-Latraverse the opportunity to see a doctor.
There was a break in to Duhamel's home on December 21st. During the robbery, he was beaten and bound as $160,000 cash, a $10,000 Rolex watch and a custom 2010 WSOP bracelet were taken.
The root seems to be Rojas-Latraverse who had two alleged accomplices, Anthony Bourque, 20, and John Clark-Lemay, 23. The two men were arrested the following week.
Although she was not in Duhamel's home during the attack, she is still believed to be involved by providing information about the poker pro to these men.
A fourth man was eventually arrested after he was seen wearing Duhamel's stolen Rolex watch.
In 2010, Duhamel snagged $8.9 million and became the first Canadian to win the poker world cup.
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