The requisitions concerning the case of reciprocal violence on a spouse, which targets Aya Nakamura and her ex-companion Vladimir Boudnikoff, have fallen.
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Lhe singer Aya Nakamura and her ex-spouse Vladimir Boudnikoff, prosecuted for reciprocal violence against a spouse, incur a fine of up to 5,000 euros for her and a fine of 2,000 euros for him. These are the requisitions communicated by the court of Bobigny Thursday, January 26. “This is a sadly banal case, a dispute that has degenerated”, estimated the prosecutor in her indictment inside a packed room, recalling that “the court of Bobigny has to judge domestic violence all days “. The decision will be made on February 23.
Arrived together and standing side by side at the bar of the criminal court, the two defendants acknowledged the slippage that occurred on the night of August 6 to 7 in Rosny-sous-Bois, near Paris, where the couple resided with their daughter from six months.
Three days of ITT prescribed
The crisis broke out against the backdrop of jealousy and a wedding, to which the singer was not invited, unlike her spouse. There followed a dispute in several acts, partly on the public highway and in the pavilion where the violence took place, traced the president of the court. Each was sentenced to three days of ITT (temporary incapacity for work) for bruises and pain.
“Very very upset” during this stormy episode, the singer notably said that she wanted to recover personal effects and leave with their daughter, to confirm the breakup. As the altercation continued in the basement music studio, the producer was slapped and then fell to the ground. “He started getting more and more angry, hugging me, he was trying to calm me down in his own way,” said Aya Danioko (the singer’s real name). Vladimir Boudnikoff accredited this version, acknowledging that he had also lacked calm during this evening. Now separated, “we try to get along well” in the interest of the child, said the singer.
Born in Bamako, Aya Nakamura grew up in Aulnay-sous-Bois (Seine-Saint-Denis). His career took off with his second album Nakamura (2018), followed byAya in 2020, giving her the status of the most listened to French-speaking singer in the world. His new opus, DNAout Friday.
34-year-old producer Vladimir Boudnikoff also produced the clip for one of his hits, Pookiewhich peaks at some 336 million views on YouTube since its release in 2019.
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