A recently created Instagram account with the handle @victims_voices_montreal is rapidly gaining traction online. The page posts anonymous testimonies of various forms of abuse that have occurred in Montreal.\nThe account's bio reads "TW: alleged incidents of SA,MA inappropriate/predatory actions in Tiotiá:ke's (mtl) tattooing, piercing and music scene."\nThe stories are submitted via direct messages, and the victims' names are kept anonymous in each post.\nThis article contains descriptions of sexual assault, which may trigger some readers.\nEvery new post begins with a trigger warning on the first slide, followed by the story, written as it was submitted.\nOne well-known name who's been called out on this Instagram account is David Desrosiers, a former member of the Montreal-based band Simple Plan.\nAfter his name showed up in various testimonies, Desrosiers announced that he's quitting the band to "seek professional help to educate [himself] and act appropriately in the future."\nView this post on Instagram Des déclarations publiques récentes m’ont fait reconnaître que certaines interactions que j’ai eues avec des femmes leur ont causé du tort. J’ai donc pris la décision de me retirer du groupe et d’aller chercher de l’aide professionnelle afin de m’éduquer et d’agir de façon appropriée à l’avenir. Je suis vraiment désolé pour le tort que j'ai causé à ces femmes. Recent public statements have led me to acknowledge that some of the interactions I have had with women have caused them harm. I have decided to withdraw from the band and seek professional help to educate myself and act appropriately in the future. I am truly sorry for the harm I have caused to these women. A post shared by David Desrosiers (@daviddesrosiers) on Jul 9, 2020 at 8:10pm PDT\nSimple Plan also informed their followers that the band was taking a break to "reflect and put in place guidelines to prevent similar situations from happening."\nThe page's admins, who are also anonymous, have set a firm code of conduct for interactions with and on the page.\nvictims_voices_montreal | Instagram\nAnyone who comments on their page is expected to follow the rules above.\n@victims_voices_montreal has stopped accepting new submissions for the time being, citing a large backlog of over 1000 messages, according to their Instagram stories.\nView this post on Instagram ❤️ A post shared by Taking Out The Trash (@victims_voices_montreal) on Jul 10, 2020 at 2:01pm PDT\nSimilar accounts are popping up around the province and across the country.\nPages have been created for the entire province of Quebec, the city of Laval, the Rive-Sud, Joliette, and many more areas surrounding Montreal.\nIf you or someone you know has been the victim of sexual assault, call the Assaulted Women's Helpline at 1-866-863-0511 or find them online here. You can also contact the Support Services for Male Survivors of Sexual Assault at 1-866-887-0015 or online here. For a list of resources by province, go here.