Rapper Ademo, from the PNL group, was released by the Paris Criminal Court of prosecution for "contempt" and "rebellion", after his eventful arrest by the police last September.
A decision taken in the name of exceptions of nullity advanced by the defense, which considered that the anonymity of the police was not justified in this procedure, according to this source.
In this case, the Paris prosecutor's office had requested during the hearing on April 14 two months in prison, to be carried out under an electronic bracelet, five months suspended prison sentence, and a 1000 euros fine against the 34-year-old musician.
Tarik Andrieu, whose real name was, did not show up.
Ademo was arrested while preparing a joint of cannabis while walking in the street in Paris, with his wife and their son in a stroller.
The images of his eventful arrest had circulated widely on social networks.
We saw him in particular being virulent towards the police, then being pinned to the ground while passers-by insulted the police.
"You have versions which are the same, but with the roles reversed"
Three of the four officials who had arrested him had assured at the stand that they had not recognized the rapper, who had been "aggressive" and had insulted them on numerous occasions.
A police officer had shared the "threats" he would have received on social networks from many fans calling for "find" the police.
Tarik Andrieu had explained to him that he was "surprised" when the policeman had tapped him on the shoulder, arguing that he did not want to attract attention but that the police had been violent.
The PNL group has "not a word, not a clip" anti-police, had for its part assured the lawyer of the rapper, Me Vincent Brengarth.
"In fact, you have versions which are the same, but with the roles reversed", summed up the judge.
The PNL group - Ademo and his brother NOS - has enjoyed phenomenal success in France since 2015. The group was launched by the song “Le monde ou rien”, the clip of which was shot in Scampia, a popular suburb of the suburbs. from Naples. Extremely discreet, the two brothers practice minimal communication and do not express themselves in the media.