Achraf Hakimi being investigated for rape; here’s what happened

Achraf Hakimi, a football player for Paris Saint-Germain, is currently the subject of a rape investigation. A young woman who spoke to the police at Nogent-sur-Marne station over the weekend reported the incident. According to Le Parisien media, the prosecution has taken up the case even though she initially chose not to file a complaint.

Due to the gravity of the allegations and the celebrity’s involvement, the on-duty police officer immediately contacted his superiors and the Créteil public prosecutor’s office. The alleged victim, a 23-year-old Fontenay-sous-Bois resident, stated that she preferred to “make a statement of rape” as opposed to making a formal complaint.

Since the alleged incident took place in Boulogne-Billancourt, the case was initially handled by the public prosecutor’s office in Créteil before being transferred to the office in Nanterre. The investigation was started on Monday using the complainant’s comments, but the investigating service had not yet been contacted.

The alleged victim claims that on January 16, she had her first Instagram conversation with Achraf Hakimi. On February 25, she traveled to Hakimi’s home in Boulogne using an Uber that he had arranged for her. She reportedly objected when the Moroccan player kissed her on the mouth, lifted her clothes, and kissed her breasts there. Despite her denials, he allegedly also engaged in digital penetration. He was pushed aside by the woman, who was able to flee by using her foot.

She texted a friend after the incident, and they came to pick her up. Due to thight soreness, the footballer missed a game on Sunday night, and le Le Parisien reported that his wife and two children were reportedly on vacation in Dubai, leaving him likely alone at home.

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