For the first time since he was detained, he left the silence. Accused of rape before being put out of action, Pierre Palmade spoke on Twitter two days after being taken into custody.
"After 48h a little crazy when I made the costs of a bad meeting, I intend to get back to work and find my humor as soon as possible.It must not be far," tweeted Saturday the actor, native of Bordeaux.
After 48h a little crazy where I made the costs of a bad meeting, I intend to get back to work and find my humor as soon as possible.
He must not be far away.
– Pierre Palmade (@PalmadePierre) April 13, 2019
His accuser summoned in October
The man who accused Pierre Palmade this week of rape, before putting him out of cause, is summoned him in October before the Paris Criminal Court to be tried for "use of narcotics" and "degradations", says the prosecutor's office. Paris.
A public prosecutor handed him Saturday a summons to a trial in court where he must be tried for "damage to property belonging to others" and "illegal use of narcotics".
Pending the hearing, he was released after two days in police custody and will have to undergo a judicial review that includes a duty of care and the prohibition to contact the humorist, the parquet floor specified.
The 19-year-old Abdel H. was detained on Thursday with Pierre Palmade. The comedian was finally released Thursday night in custody, his accuser having quickly "out of cause" regarding the allegations of rape, according to the same source.
Palmade tried for narcotics use
After his custody, the comedian on Friday accepted a procedure known as "plea-guilty" for use and acquisition of narcotics.
The Paris prosecutor said Saturday that the actor would be convened in June for this procedure of appearance on preliminary recognition of guilt, a simplified procedure offering an alternative to the trial.
He will appear in court at a public hearing before a judge of the Paris court who will be responsible for approving the sentence that will be proposed by the prosecution.