Gerard Debordieu, accused of rape, has been sexually assaulted by 13 other women.

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Gerard Depardieu, accused of rape, was also sexually assaulted by 13 women. Photo: Profimedia

According to an article published by the Mediapart news site, 13 women have accused French actor Gerard Depardieu, who has already been accused of raping and sexually assaulting actress Charlotte Arnold, of sexual assault.

Contacted by AFP, the prosecutor’s office in Paris announced on Wednesday that it had “received no new complaint to date” and noted that the investigation of the file, which began in July 2020 after the complaint filed by Charlotte Arnold, continues. During this period, Agerpres writes.

The 74-year-old French star “officially denies all possible charges under criminal law,” representatives of the Demim law firm, which is defending Gerard Depardieu in court, told Mediapart. Contacted by AFP, representatives of the cabinet declined to make any other statement on the topic.

In a lengthy article published on Tuesday, MediaPart, an independent investigative journalism website, reported the testimonies of 13 women who claimed they were “victimized by inappropriate sexual gestures or words by a popular actor during the filming of 11 feature films or series or spaces released between 2004 and 2022”, as well as Some eyewitness accounts of such sightings.

The accused women were touched inappropriately, including in intimate parts, received obscene sex programs and were sometimes forced to moan, according to an article published by Mediapart.

“Truths were often followed by laughter on set. The same phrase, when some women complained: “Come on, it’s Gerard!”, according to the same article.

Actress Charlotte Arnold, who has been accused of “rape” and “sexual assault” by the “Cyrano de Bergerac” star since December 2020, claims she was raped twice by the French actor in August 2018 at her Paris home. When she was 22 years old.

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None of the women cited by Mediapart filed a complaint in court, but three of them submitted their testimonies before the court, the same website reported. One of the women, who appeared in Jean-Emmanuel Godard’s 2014 film “Big House” (2015), sent her testimony to the court in March to “help Charlotte Arnold.”

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