Black Strobe artist Arnaud Rebotini accused of sexual assault and harassment


French musician Arnaud Rebotini has been accused of sexual assault and harassment by seven totally different girls.

In accordance with an investigation by MediapartRebotini was accused of sexual assault and harassment over the course of 13 years with varied allegations allegedly going down at his live shows.

The French publication shared an Instagram submit reporting on the allegations with the outlet writing within the caption: “Seven girls testify in Mediapart to having been sexually assaulted and harassed on the sidelines of live shows by the well-known French composer,” (translated from the French by way of MixMag).

Per Resident Advisor, Rebotini has denied all the claims alleged by the ladies who testified to Mediapart which inculded incidents of groping and sexual harassment amongst different accusations.

Nevertheless, Rebotini did admit to being an “annoying, old style flirt,” however denied being a “sexual aggressor,” by way of Mediapart. He continued: “If I behaved badly and so they suffered trauma, I apologise. These are issues I wouldn’t do once more, I’ve utterly moved on.”

Joran Le Corre, Rebotini’s tour supervisor additionally went on to confess that he was conscious of the allegations, telling the outlet: “Pals of mine have suffered issues. It’s severe, however these are fairly outdated tales.”

He continued: “Arnaud is somebody who has made a journey of recognition of his unhealthy behaviour, which I sense in repentance. In six years of working with him, I’ve by no means had a venue or competition name me to offer me unfavorable suggestions.”

Former founding member of Black Strobe and Rebotini’s earlier bandmate Ivan Smagghe informed Mediapart that the primary causes for his departure from the groupin 2006 have been as a result of  “inventive variations” and Rebotini’s “problematic flirtatious attitudes, including “we weren’t but speaking about aggression.”

For assist, recommendation or extra info relating to sexual harassment, assault and rape within the UK, go to the Rape Disaster charity web site. Within the US, go to RAINN. 


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