PSG didn't really need that before hosting OL, who had just been crowned European champions... AFP learned on Wednesday that a judicial investigation was opened against X on May 15 for "sexual assault by anyone having authority" in the context of the affair which resulted in coach Didier Ollé-Nicolle being suspended by his club.

"To date, no one has been placed in police custody," said Versailles prosecutor Maryvonne Caillibotte, asked by AFP and confirming information from France Bleu Paris.

During the investigation into the attack – still unsolved – of Kheira Hamraoui, new elements emerged concerning a possible sexual assault of a player.

These elements prompted the Versailles prosecutor's office to entrust this new investigation to an examining magistrate.

On Tuesday, the Parisian club announced that it had suspended the coach of its women's team Didier Ollé-Nicolle, accused of having behaved "inappropriately" with a player in the workforce.

The club decided to open an internal investigation and conducted interviews with staff members and players.

Some of the charges against Ollé-Nicolle date back to the pre-season, in the United States.

At the time, the subject had been closed by mutual agreement after hearing all the parties.

A player was heard in this case by the judicial police of Versailles and did not file a complaint.

In the midst of all this, there are two league games left to play for the Parisiennes, who mathematically have a chance of retaining their title.

For that, we will have to start by beating the Lyonnaises on Sunday, and hope for another misstep from their rivals on the final day.

Not won...


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