She accuses the paramedic who escorted her every week of two rapes.
But despite her version, Maëva
(the first name has been changed)
has not, for the moment, been heard by the courts.
His complaint against X, filed on November 24, has just been dismissed.
Mother of four children aged 7 to 23, separated from dads, has been fighting for many months to make her truth heard.
Severely disabled following the installation of a gastric band which ended in a three-month coma in early 2021, this 45-year-old woman says she was raped twice by an ambulance driver.
The first time, at the end of October 2021, in his apartment in the stadium district, in Poissy (Yvelines).
The second, on November 16, in the vehicle that transported her to Paris for her treatment.
He also allegedly threatened to have her evicted from her apartment.
Maëva went every day by ambulance to a clinic in the 13th arrondissement of Paris.
It was then that she met José
(first name has been changed),
an employee of a local ambulance company.
The current passed quickly between them, and the mother of the family admits having first felt “attraction” for him.
She also had a first consensual sexual intercourse.
It was after telling her that she no longer wanted to continue their affair, that the man continued to be insistent.
And that he would have raped her twice.
According to the alleged victim, José even threatened to have her evicted from her apartment.
A placement in police custody during which he denies the facts
Originally from Verneuil-sur-Seine, the ambulance driver was summoned by the police and placed in police custody for a few hours.
A confrontation between the two then took place at the Conflans-Sainte-Honorine police station, but the person concerned denied the facts.
Without tangible elements, justice therefore decided to close the complaint of the alleged victim without further action.
His lawyer has decided to launch criminal proceedings and appeal to the public prosecutor of the court of Versailles.
"The confrontation was traumatic and I do not understand the court's decision", reacts Maëva, who continues, for her part, her long rehabilitation.
She even started walking again.
José was fired by the ambulance company, which decided to no longer support Maëva.
But according to our information, this father would continue to practice in the same profession.