The driver who fatally hit Sunday evening Antoine Alléno, son of the multi-starred chef Yannick Alléno, was indicted this Wednesday in particular "homicide and involuntary injuries".
The prosecution and the examining magistrate demanded that he be remanded in custody.
Francky D., 24, was questioned at length by the police while in police custody.
But drunk at the time, he said he remembered nothing.
He is suspected of having fatally hit Antoine Alléno on his scooter on Sunday evening, avenue Bosquet in Paris (VIIe), at the level of a red light.
The driver was then driving a car stolen shortly before in front of a restaurant.
A passenger who was on the scooter and a VTC driver were also hit, said the same source.
Suffering from "multiple bruises", they were transported to the hospital, their vital prognosis not being engaged.
Stopped by a commissioner
The man had tried to flee on foot, but was caught a few minutes after the accident by an off-duty commissioner.
Tests will later show that the man, in addition to being intoxicated, had consumed narcotics.
His driver's license was also revoked.
Francky D. is already known to the police for several offenses, including traffic offenses but also a case of violence.
Antoine Alléno was at the head of the restaurant "Burger Père et Fils", launched last year with his father.