Program on TV. Tonight on W9, Jean-Luc Lahaye's journey from glory and prison.

After nearly seven months in detention, Jean-Luc Lahaye was released Tuesday, May 24 under judicial supervision.

Program on TV. Tonight on W9, Jean-Luc Lahaye's journey from glory and prison.

After nearly seven months in detention, Jean-Luc Lahaye was released Tuesday, May 24 under judicial supervision. After the denunciations by two young girls born in 1998 or 2000, he was indicted last November for rape as well as sexual assault on minors. The singer denies the accusations and invokes consensual relationships.

W9 dedicates a new documentary on the case this Wednesday evening. It looks back at the artist's life, from his childhood in the DASS, his disclosure to the public, and his struggles with the justice system.

Jean-Luc Lahaye's story is told by his closest friends: his press officer, Fabien Lahaye, and his friends Albert Kassabi, Peter Savelli, as well as Daniele Gilbert, the presenter who rubbed shoulders at the beginning of his glory.

W9 also received unpublished images of the first meeting between Jean-Luc Lahaye and "Emeline"*. His behavior, in which he asks for a kiss multiple times, raises many questions. Similar to his statements at his concerts where he called on young girls to join him on stage, he said, "At first, you dance normal, but after you undress slightly, it's nice and fun as a game," as seen in amateur footage.

The channel was also able access the messages exchanged between Jean-Luc Lahaye* and Roxanne *, the girl who accused him. These were eloquent: "Show your naked", "send photos before 11 p.m. but HOT the photos," the singer urges to the then-14-year-old girl.

Nevertheless, certain sections of the documentary aired this evening raise questions while the legal case continues. It focuses on Jean-Luc Lahaye's power to seduce. "He had a magnetism for the female audience that was unlike anything I've ever seen," Fabien Lécouvre, the press officer for the singer. Jean-Luc Lahaye likes women. You're a star. After performing, you return to the hotel. There are many women waiting (...) if you like women. ", Laurent Argelier, journalist. Jean-Luc Lahaye, an artist from "another generation", is also mentioned.

The documentary challenges the words of Roxanne*, one of the complainants who, in a first case, indicated that she was harassing JeanLuc Lahaye and then accused him of rape. Albert Kassabi (friend of Jean-Luc Lahaye) said that "this girl has cheeks" and that harassment could be referred to as rape. "Why would you want him to rape girls, when he can have whomever he likes?" A fan said that if they did, it was because they wanted to," and added that he "wants him out because [he doesn't deserve] what's happening to him." Albert Kassabi also said that he feels his place isn't in prison.

We welcome Martine Brousse's presence as the representative of La Voix de l'Enfant. This civil party is involved in the case. Maitre Olivier Baratelli, the lawyer for the children's foundation (also civil party), also helps to balance the word.

"Jean-Luc Lahaye: The Fall of an Idol. What actually happened? Nathalie Renoux presents ", Wednesday, June 1, at 9:05 PM on W9,

*Names have been altered

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