Europe 1 with AFP 6:20 p.m., August 10, 2022
The singer and her companion were placed in police custody overnight from Saturday to Sunday, for acts of reciprocal violence.
The couple, who recently had a child, reportedly called the police following a heated argument.
They will appear before the Bobigny Criminal Court next November, for "violence by spouse with ITT of less than 8 days".
Singer Aya Nakamura and her companion will be tried at the end of November before the Bobigny criminal court for reciprocal violence, we learned from the prosecution and a source close to the investigation, confirming information from TF1 / LCI.
The 27-year-old French artist and his companion Vladimir Boudnikoff had been placed overnight from Saturday to Sunday in police custody at the Rosny-sous-Bois police station (Seine-Saint-Denis), specifies the prosecution.
According to the first elements of the investigation, the couple called the police following an argument which had become heated.
"There were no real blows, there was no strangulation, we are more about damage to objects," said this source, adding that they were slightly injured.
The couple, who recently had a child, emerged free with a summons to the Bobigny Criminal Court for "violence by spouse with ITT of less than 8 days" at the end of November.
The most listened to French-speaking artist in the world, she makes the planet dance with hits like
(over 877 million views on YouTube) and
, which has sold over a million copies.
Her second album,
(2018), changed the life of this artist born in Bamako (Mali), who grew up in Aulnay-sous-bois, in the suburbs of Paris.