Following a video posted on Instagram, dozens of corroborating testimonies have surfaced against rapper Moha La Squale. The latter is accused of sexual violence. And today, a new alleged victim is added to the complaints.
A week ago, Aufeminin collected the confidences of Romy, at the origin of the affair which shakes the world of rap. In Instagram stories, the young woman shared various testimonies of sexual violence perpetrated by rapper Moha La Squale. The Paris prosecutor's office opened an investigation on Tuesday, September 8, for acts of "violence", "forcible confinement" and "sexual assault".
As 20minutes recalled, three former companions of the rapper claimed to have been abused and confined in an apartment when they lived with him.
The complainants (aged 23 to 28) "provided the police with fairly lengthy testimonies"and"the auditions ended this early morning", explains their lawyer, Thibault Stumm, reports Marianne.
Today, a fourth young woman filed a complaint against the rapper.
Moha La Squale still hasn't spoken. The 20minutes newspaper attempted to reach her lawyer, but she "was not immediately available."
At 25, Moha La Squale grew up in the Amandiers district, in the 20th arrondissement of Paris. And he became known, from 2017, thanks to rap clips broadcast on YouTube, highlighting life in his city, renamed "the Banana". And it was in the spring of 2018 that his first album, "Bendero", earned him success and significant media coverage.
In the press, the young man bragged about his legal troubles, at 18, "I had already done 50 police custody ", he said to the World, two years ago.
Moha La Squale: Romy's testimony