The lawyer for Anna-Chloé’s mother, a young girl seriously injured in the face after an alledged fall in the courtyard of her college in Chambéry, maintains the thesis of a racist attack. A version which had been firmly refuted by the prosecutor.
Anna-Chloé, a secondary school student from Chambéry, was seriously injured in the face in the courtyard of her establishment. Photographs of his swollen face, posted by his mother, quickly ignited social networks.
The latter claims that her daughter was the victim of a racist attack. Remarks maintained by his lawyer, according to whom the young girl received “two blows” and was “scratched on a finger” by a comrade.
“When Anna was leaving to report to the person in charge, the others pushed her from behind and she stumbled on the steel bench” in the yard, continued Me Fabien Ndoumou on BFMTV.
A version refuted “firmly” Sunday by the prosecutor of Chambéry, Pierre-Yves Michau. Citing “several testimonies”, he says the teenager was “alone” in this part of the yard when she fell.
The prosecutor told AFP on Monday that “when the mother came to file a complaint at the police station on behalf of her daughter, she said she did not know if her daughter had fallen on her own or if she had been pushed, and she indicated that her girl herself could not tell ”. She also referred to CCTV cameras whose footage she was allegedly unable to view.
At this point, there is no trace of any harassment at any time.Pierre-Yves Michau, prosecutor of Chambéry.
The rectorate indicated that these cameras “do not record anything and are not operated in real time”. He added that he was “not informed at this stage” of any acts of racism against the student.
In a text that has gone viral on the Internet, his mother denounces an assault. She writes that “since the start of the school year”, her daughter “has been subjected to racist verbal violence, and even physical violence” which is believed to be at the origin of the events.
According to the prosecutor, “at this stage, there is no trace of any harassment at any time.” He said, however, that she had been the subject of a complaint “for threats” against a comrade. The director of the college threatened
During this case, the personal address of the director of the college was released. He was placed under police protection after death threats and filed a complaint, according to his lawyer, Me Pierre Perez.
The mother launched an online fundraiser to “help pay for fees and unsupported expenses”, which raised more than 15,000 euros. A petition also collected nearly 17,000 signatures.