Justice is not (yet) passed.

The trial of star Aya Nakamura and her ex-companion Vladimir Boudnikoff, who were to be tried Thursday in Bobigny for reciprocal violence against a spouse in August in Rosny-sous-Bois (Seine-Saint-Denis), was postponed to 26 January at the request of their lawyers.

Aya Nakamura and Vladimir Boudnikoff were not present at the hearing.

Known for her planetary success hits, including "Djadja", the 27-year-old star and producer Vladimir Boudnikoff, 34, must answer for "violence by spouse with total interruption of work of less than eight days".

The two artists were released from police custody

On the night of August 6 to 7, the police intervened twice at the producer's home in Rosny-sous-Bois, against a backdrop of tension.

Placed in police custody, the interpreter with gold records had claimed to have suffered violence from her spouse.

He had been arrested in turn.

"There weren't really any blows", nuanced a source familiar with the matter, referring to "scratches" for the two protagonists and "the fact that he kept her on the ground".

The two artists, parents of a little girl, had come out free with a summons to court.

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Aya Nakamura and her companion placed in police custody for reciprocal violence against a spouse


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