The facts were committed behind closed doors of the Ferdinand-Buisson kindergarten in Morsang-sur-Orge (Essonne). This Monday, at lunchtime, a 4-year-old student was allegedly raped by two other girls, aged 5 and 7. According to the first elements of the investigation, the victim would have confided to a supervisor "to have pain in the buttocks". Statements that pushed the educational community to have her examined by the school nurse.
During the examination, the latter notices redness around the anus. The kindergarten student then designates two students. According to a source close to the case, the three girls would have "sheltered themselves from the eyes of adults on extracurricular time after school catering". Faced with the seriousness of the accusations, the establishment immediately contacted the police station of Juvisy-sur-Orge. While the victim is being taken to the pediatric emergency room, police officers question the children implicated by the victim. Faced with investigators, the two girls acknowledge the facts but accuse each other. When asked, the Evry prosecutor's office did not respond to our requests.
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A psychologist is expected this Thursday within the establishment. "Support and listening measures will be put in place to accompany teachers and students who request it," says the rectorate of Versailles. Mayor Marianne Duranton (UDI) is scheduled to meet with the victim's parents on Wednesday. "The police and judicial machines are doing their job. Our role is to be present to assure parents that their daughter will be welcomed at school, "reacts the elected on the phone this Tuesday evening.
In this case, a second procedure was opened against the mother of one of the girls involved. Leaving the interview with the police, the latter gave him a violent slap that caused a nosebleed. The 47-year-old mother was taken into custody. Her daughter was placed in a foster home with an interim care order.