A Paris appeals court decided Monday to place comedian Pierre Palmade in pre-trial detention after a serious road accident he caused while under the influence of cocaine in Seine-et-Marne on February 10, the public prosecutor announced. Office.
The trial chamber of the Court of Appeal followed the public prosecutor’s office, which sought to detain him after he was charged with murder and self-inflicted wounding.
Since the crash in Seine-et-Marne, which left three people seriously injured, including a pregnant woman who lost her baby, the 54-year-old comedian has been charged with manslaughter and self-inflicted injuries by a drugged driver under legal review. .
On Feb. 17 in Mellon, a liberty and custody judge ordered him to live under an electronic bracelet in a hospital’s addiction service. The decision was challenged by the public prosecutor’s office before the trial chamber of the Paris Court of Appeal on Friday.
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Pierre Palmet suffered a stroke on Saturday, his entourage confirmed to AFP after press reports. Several media reported that the actor, who was hospitalized in Villejuif (Val-de-Marne), suffered a stroke, but his main prognosis was not engaged.
He was transferred to the Kremlin-Bicêtre hospital, a source familiar with the matter confirmed to AFP.
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