The parliamentary assistant of a senator of the majority was indicted this Friday, June 9 for rape and kidnapping and placed in pretrial detention, learned AFP judicial source.
This 26-year-old Sciences Po graduate was taken into custody on Wednesday, according to this source, which confirmed information from Le Parisien. A search was carried out at his home and office in the Senate.
Women 'beaten and humiliated'
At the end of his police custody, he was presented this Friday to an investigating judge who indicted him for rape by spouse, partner or partner, as well as arrest, kidnapping and sequestration, detailed the judicial source. He is also prosecuted for violence and death threats against a spouse, as well as blackmail, or administration of harmful substances. He was remanded in custody.
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A judicial investigation was opened on 10 May 2023 and the investigations were entrusted to the 3rd judicial police district. In total, six victims have been identified to date, according to the judicial source. According to Le Parisien, a first complaint was filed against him in November 2022. The women who accuse him would have been "forced to consent to brutal sexual practices, beaten, humiliated and even filmed without their knowledge, against a background of jealousy and desire for control and domination," writes the newspaper.