The prosecutor ordered on Friday a six-month prison sentence against the Ibrahim Maalouf, a Franco-Lebanese librarian, who is a judge in Créteil (Val-de-Marne) for a sexual assault against a 14-year-old schoolgirl.
According to the version of the young woman, 18 years old, the music would first kiss her one night at the exit of a cinema. A "kiss with the tongue" according to her, a "kiss", according to Ibrahim Maalouf, 33 years old then, in 2013. For him, he is the girl who was in the background. "I took its fruits, I moved away from it, without hurrying it".
Two days later, and according to the girl's version, the music would have relive it in the recording studio this time, where she did a practical exercise. He wouldcaught by the catchment area", which mimics a sexual act."I felt my cock behind me in my buttocks"This second sequence never existed," he told the researchers, who also held the trumpet, winner of four Victoires de la Musique and a César for the best film.
"In no case do I have physical or sexual attraction"for this"teenager"he assured, but he felt"guilty"from"is unable to set limitsParents did not report the events until one year later, after going to see a doctor, began to seduce and have a dietary disorder and has since done many hospitalizations and treatments.
"How do you expect a girl whose health status has been degraded objectively to lie, for nothing, just because she would be upset by the fact that she was overturned?", he bothered the prosecutor in his orders and addressed to Ibrahim Malawop:"It takes more than the balance to charge it to a 14 year old girlWithout a doubt, the girl, who wanted to be a trumpet player and had recognized that he was "fascinated", "in love" with the musician, is "trustworthy." There was "surprise" and "limitation" appreciated.
In her argument, lawyer Ibrahim Maalouf, Maud Sobel, spoke of "to love"a girl who"would like to continue this infringementHe supported the exemption, finding that there was no evidence to support her guilt. "I thought it was something great that happened to me"said the girl at the bar.I was grateful for him, I had the impression that he gave me a disproportionate importance, in my time, with his reputation. It took a long time to realize that it was not normal"."I know I'm telling the truth"he added with letters with a timid but steady voice.
According to him, the prosecutor pointed out Ibrahim Maalouf's "non-dangerous" and pointed out that he did not want to demand that the latter, who teaches music to young people, can no longer work with minors. "There are times that can happen to each of us committing offenses"he said.
The decision will be adopted on 23 November.