Decision reserved on Canadian fashion mogul Nygard’s bail

WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) — Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard will remain in jail for at least another week despite his lawyers laying out an updated bail plan.

Nyard, 79, was arrested last month on U.S. charges that alleging he sexually abused women and girls after luring them into his orbit with opportunities in fashion and modeling over the last 25 years. The U.S. wants him extradited.

Court of Queen’s Bench Justice Shawn Greenberg said Thursday she needs time to decide whether Nygard should be released and has reserved her decision until Feb. 5.

His lawyers told court a security company has been hired to provide 24-hour video surveillance of Nygard’s home if he should be granted bail. There would also be a security guard on the premises.

Federal lawyers have told court Nygard has the means to flee and the charges he faces in the U.S. are too serious for

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