Investigate PSG player Achraf Hakimi for alleged rape

Investigate PSG player Achraf Hakimi for alleged rape

The Nanterre prosecutor’s office (Parisian periphery) opened an investigation on Monday for alleged rape against the Moroccan player of Paris SG Achraf Hakimiindicated a source close to the case, confirming information advanced by the newspaper le parisien.

The investigation was opened after a 24-year-old girl accused the soccer player of having recently raped her at his home, located in the town of Boulogne-Billancourt (on the outskirts of the French capital).

Contacted by AFP, the Nanterre prosecutor’s office refused to comment on this case, deploring “the information already published” by some media, “which hinders the investigations necessary to clarify the truth.”

According to the same source close to the case, the alleged victim appeared last Sunday at a Val-de-Marne police station to report the rape, but did not file a lawsuit.

The Créteil prosecutor’s office opened an ex officio investigation and transferred the process to Nanterre, to which Boulogne-Billancourt belongs, the city where the attack would have occurred.

Contacted by AFP, the club paris saint germain did not react to the publication of this news.

Achraf Hakimi was born in Madrid 24 years ago, the son of Moroccan parents. He trained as a footballer at the real Madrid and he was able to be international with Spain, although he finally decided to compete for Morocco, a team with which he reached a historic fourth place in the World Cup in Qatar.

The son of a housekeeper and a street vendor who settled in Spain in the 1980s, Hakimi is married to the Spanish actress Hiba Abouk.

He made his debut with Real Madrid at the hands of Zinedine Zidanealthough he later went through the Borussia Dortmund and the Inter de Milanbefore signing for PSG.

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