From the gold of the Luxembourg Palace to the jails of a prison. Such is the downfall of L.-G. R., parliamentary assistant to a Renaissance senator and teacher at Sciences-Po Paris. According to a judicial source, the 26-year-old, with a brilliant student and professional career, was indicted this Friday evening, June 9 by a Parisian investigating judge for "aggravated rape", "arrest, kidnapping and sequestration", "violence", "harmful administration of substances".
He was placed in pre-trial detention, in accordance with the requisitions of the Paris prosecutor's office. At least six victims have been identified at this stage of the investigation.
"He is a man who has zero limits and who gravitates in all environments"
L.-G. R. was arrested Wednesday in Paris by investigators of the 3rd district of the judicial police of Paris and his home and office in the Senate had been searched. At least six young women, some of them working in political circles, denounced a relationship of influence with this political adviser, consisting of sexual abuse with extreme practices imposed, regular violence, humiliation and threats.
Several of them also revealed that they had been forced by force and beatings to stay in the young man's apartment, located near the Senate, during jealousy fits or arguments. The investigating judge has so far found rape of three of the complainants and violence of all six. "He is a man who has zero limits and who gravitates in all walks of life, from the great schools to politics. Me, I am one complaint among many, "said one of the six complainants to the media Factuel.
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Proceedings for administration of harmful substances were also upheld by the investigating magistrate because L.G.R. is suspected of knowingly transmitting a virus during a sexual relationship with one of the young women. The young man had been working since 2018 in the Senate, first with a senator The Republicans then, for two years, on behalf of a senator of the presidential majority.
At the same time, this passionate entrepreneur also taught master's students in the field of public affairs at Sciences-Po Paris. The prestigious school on Rue Saint-Guillaume has since announced that it was ending its collaboration with the young man. Contacted, L.-G.'s lawyer R. did not wish to make any statements at this stage.