Aya Nakamura and her ex Vladimir Boudnikoff: a major twist for their trial…

The trial of Aya Nakamura and her ex-companion Vladimir Boudnikoff, who were to be tried Thursday in Bobigny for reciprocal violence against a spouse in August in Rosny-sous-Bois (Seine-Saint-Denis), was postponed in January to the request of their lawyers. The hearing was postponed to January 26 afternoon before the 12th correctional chamber, said the Bobigny prosecution, as reported by AFP.

We will ask for dismissal“, had slipped to AFP Cerasela Vlad, Vladimir Boudnikoff’s lawyer, before the start of the hearing. A few moments later, Me Vlad and his colleague Karim Sebihat, who represents Aya Nakamura, came out of the room in confirming this postponement, without further details.Their customers were not present, noted AFP.

I thought she (Aya Nakamura) would be there, but apparently not“, confided a woman who presented herself as “an absolute fan” of the singer. “We try to follow her everywhere“, added this Parisienne to AFP, leopard outfit and T-shirt bearing the image of her idol.

Known for her worldwide hit hits, including DjadjaAya Danioko – the real name of the 27-year-old singer – and producer Vladimir Boudnikoff, 34, must answer for “violence by spouse with ITT (total interruption of work) of less than eight days”.

Recall of facts

On the night of August 6 to 7, the police intervened twice at the producer’s home in Rosny-sous-Bois, against a backdrop of tension. Placed in police custody, the interpreter with gold records, present at the last ceremony of the NRJ Music Awards, had claimed to have suffered violence from her spouse. He had been arrested in turn, traced a source familiar with the matter. “There weren’t really any hits“, nuanced this source, evoking “scratches“for the two protagonists and”the fact that he held her down“. The two artists, parents of a little girl, had come out free with a summons to court.

We messed up that night“, wrote Vladimir Boudnikoff on Instagram after the fact, assuring that “nothing serious” had not happened. Asked Tuesday by AFP, Warner, the singer’s label, did not respond.

A global career

At 27, Aya Nakamura is the most listened to French-speaking singer in the world. Born in Bamako, the Franco-Malian artist grew up in Aulnay-sous-Bois (Seine-Saint-Denis). His career took off with his second album Nakamura (2018), followed by a third opus in 2020, ayawhich enjoyed the same immediate success.

Music producer, Vladimir Boudnikoff also directed the clip for one of his flagship titles, pookiewhich peaks at some 333 million views on YouTube since its release in 2019.

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