The Court of Appeal confirms the prohibition for Jean-Luc Lahaye to perform on stage

Jean-Luc Lahaye in 2015 à  Paris.  - Joël Saget - AFP

Jean-Luc Lahaye in 2015 in Paris. – Joel Saget – AFP

INFO BFMTV – The Court of Appeal confirmed, this Tuesday morning, the judge’s order which prohibits Jean-Luc Lahaye from performing on stage.

Curtain for the ex-glory of the 1980s. The Court of Appeal confirmed, this Tuesday morning, the order of the judge which prohibits Jean-Luc Lahaye from performing on stage. The singer was to perform on December 23 at a “Concert – Showcase – Anniversary” to celebrate his 70th birthday.

Jean-Luc Lahaye had appealed the court decision prohibiting him from going on stage on October 27th.

Rape of two minors

Released on May 24 after more than six months in pre-trial detention for charges of raping two minors, the author of drop me off had been banned from going back on stage by the courts. The judge responsible for investigating this case had issued an order on October 4, modifying her judicial review.

Since then, Jean-Luc Lahaye had been struck by “a ban on exercising a professional activity which would have allowed the commission of offenses for which [il] is indicted”. The judge had made it clear that it was, in this case, “public appearances and performances in the context of his activity as an artist”. And to lock the device, she had also sanctioned the singer of a “ban on carrying out an activity involving contact with minors”.

Original article published on BFMTV.com

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