Guilty verdict in sexual assault of St. Catharines woman in Paris

A pair of French policeman have been found guilty in a Paris court of sexually assaulting a St. Catharines woman.

The two officers have been sentenced to seven years behind bars.

The victim, Emily Spanton, who agreed to be pubicly identified, was visiting Paris in 2014 when she met the officers at a pub.

They later gave her a tour of police headquarters and that's when she was raped.

The two officers with the anti gang unit, insist the sex was consensual and plan to appeal