Innocent until proven guilty means he's not in jail/prison while waiting for the result of the investigation. It doesn't give him the right to continue to play for a private club. I think it's hilarious that some people can't grasp that letting him continue to play during the investigation would be an insane business decision.
I mean to be honest, &^@# Jake for a lot of reasons whether or not these allegations are true. He's the embodiment of a player who feels that just making it to the NHL is good enough, and his willingness to coast and milk his roster spot on and off the ice makes me want to see his career fail. If he's also a sex offender, well, even more reason for life to slap him in the face. Maybe it's the wake up call he needs to realize there are consequences to his actions.