Former St. John’s Maple Leaf Hockey player, Todd Gillingham, is facing three new charges in court for allegedly trespassing and intercepting a private communication.
It’s alleged that between January 1st and January 31st, 2018, on two occasions, Gillingham was unlawfully inside the home of a woman. It’s also alleged that between November 1st and November 30th, 2017, Gillingham used a device to intercept a private communication.
The 49-year-old has a long list of charges before the court, including four counts of impaired driving, one count of making harassing phone calls, theft and fraud charges, and alleged court breaches.
Gillingham did not appear in court yesterday; rather he was represented by his Lawyer, Bob Buckingham. The matter has been set over to May 27th.
Gillingham played in the AHL and the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.