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Jean-Luc Lahaye case: his daughter Margaux indicted for witness tampering

2022-01-25T10:53:32.265Z

The singer's daughter was called for an audition on Monday. She is suspected of having put pressure on the two plaintiffs who accuse her father of rape and sexual assault.



New twist in the Jean-Luc Lahaye affair.

Margaux, the singer's daughter, was indicted on Monday January 24 for

"witness tampering"

and placed under judicial supervision, according to information from

BFMTV

, confirmed by

France Info

.

Earlier in the day, she was heard with the mothers of the two complainants.

The latter would have pressured their own daughters so that they do not denounce the actions of Jean-Luc Lahaye.

They had been indicted for

"non-denunciation of a crime"

and

"complicity in the rape of a minor over 15 years old"

in November.

Read alsoTowards new indictments in the Jean-Luc Lahaye case

At the time, Margaux Lahaye's police custody had been lifted due to her state of health.

Jean-Luc Lahaye was for his part indicted for

"rape of minors over 15 years old"

,

"sexual assault of minors over 15 years old"

,

"corruption of minors"

and

"abuse of weakness"

.

He had also been placed under the status of assisted witness for acts of

"possession of child pornography images"

.

At the end of his police custody, he was placed in pre-trial detention in the Paris Health prison.

A request for release had been filed at the end of November but rejected by the courts.

Between 15 and 17 years old at the material time

The facts date back to 2013. At that time, the 69-year-old singer is suspected of having had relations with two minors aged 15 to 17 at the time.

He would also have encouraged the two young girls to undress in front of a camera.

Now adults, the two young women had initially filed a complaint but had retracted.

They had again filed a complaint in the fall, relaunching an instruction against the singer.

Read alsoJean-Luc Lahaye case: three child protection associations soon to be civil parties

Jean-Luc Lahaye had already been sentenced in 2015 to a one-year suspended prison sentence for

"corruption of a minor"

, on one of the two complainants in the current case.

He had previously been sentenced to a fine of 10,000 euros in 2007, for

"sexual abuse of a minor under 15"

.

Source: lefigaro

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