A Canadian court has ruled that a potential successor to the Dalai Lama can be sued for child support by a former nun he has only met four times.
Vikki Hui Xin Han, who lives in British Columbia, claims she became pregnant after the Karmapa Lama, one of the most sacred figures in Tibetan Buddhism, sexually assaulted her in a monastery in New York in 2017.
The encounter turned into a “marriage-like relationship” conducted online in which he sent her over $ 700,000 following a provincial Supreme Court ruling.
The decision enables Han to take up her maintenance suit against Ogyen Trinley Dorje, known to his millions of followers as His Holiness the 17th Gyalwang Karmapa, for the spouses’ support. These
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