Aya Nakamura: The trial for mutual domestic violence against the singer and her ex-companion is expected this Thursday

Aya Nakamura: The trial for mutual domestic violence against the singer and her ex-companion is expected this Thursday

The trial of star Aya Nakamura and her ex-partner Vladimir Boudnikoff for mutual violence against a spouse in Rosny-sous-Bois (Seine-Saint-Denis), originally scheduled for November, is scheduled to begin on Thursday, the eve of the release of the singer’s new album.

Full publicity for her album DNK, which will be released this Friday January 27th, superstar Aya Nakamura, 27 years old and the most listened to French-speaking singer in the world, and her former companion, 34-year-old producer Vladimir Boudnikoff have to in court this Thursday, January 26, on charges of “Spousal Violence with ITT (temporary disability) of less than eight days.”

On November 24, the lawyers for the two protagonists had obtained the termination of the proceedings. Me Karim Sebihat, who is representing Aya Danioko (the singer’s real name), and Me Cerasela Vlad, who is also known to be her lawyer, but in this case… is defending Vladimir Boudnikoff, declined to give details of the facts. And the two former spouses had not made the trip.

what about thursday When asked by AFP, Me Vlad did not respond on the matter but indicated he did not intend to plead for another postponement on Thursday afternoon.

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On the night of Saturday August 6th to Sunday August 7th 2022, Aya Nakamura and Vladimir Boudnikoff – who was her spouse at the time – allegedly engaged in mutual violence. Local police intervened for the first time amid tensions around 1:45 that evening, a source told AFP. The agents then found the singer outside the pavilion and the producer inside. But at that point, “there was no evidence of violence,” the source specifies, indicating the police then left the scene.

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Later that night, Aya Nakamura returned to the scene accompanied by two friends and stated that she wanted to resume business, the source close to the investigation continues. Fearing for his safety, Vladimir Boudnikoff then contacted the police, who advanced a second time and arrested the singer and her friends. Taken into police custody, Aya Nakamura had claimed to have suffered violence from her spouse. This in turn was taken into custody on Sunday morning. “There weren’t really any beatings,” confirms the source close to the file, invoking “scratches” for the two protagonists and “the fact that he was holding them to the ground.”

The couple was eventually released with a subpoena to the criminal court. “We did some stupid things that night and that’s life,” the music producer wrote on Instagram a few days after the fact. “The woman I love and I are doing very well. Really nothing serious, nothing,” he said.