Jockey Pierre-Charles Boudot who is considered one of the best jockeys in the world, was indicted on Wednesday, May 12, for rape, following a second rape complaint slammed against him, the Senlis parquet has announced.
A press release that was issued by the Senlis prosecutor, Jean-Baptiste Bladier shows that Pierre-Charles Boudot was also placed under the status of witness-assisted by the chief of witness tampering.
Another jockey stay was indicted for non-denunciation of a crime in the same case, relating to facts dating back to February.
In this case, a young adult woman exercising the profession of training rider, according to the prosecution details, accuses the jockey star of having raped her on the night of February 17 to 18.
The complaint was registered in Cagnes-sur-Mer (Alpes-Maritimes) but gave rise to the opening of a preliminary investigation by the prosecution of Senlis, the jockey residing in Chantilly (Oise).
“My client, a 25-year-old woman working in the equestrian world in Chantilly, went to a party. It is very likely that he was made to drink or inoculated products to nullify his consent. She has flashes, big holes, times when her body was no longer responding,” the victim’s lawyer, Me Justine Devred said.
Placed under judicial supervision, Pierre-Charles Boudot is banned from appearing in the department of Oise and currently has the obligation to pay a deposit in the amount of 50,000 euros.
Pierre-Charles Boudot also faced another rape complaint, which he denies, for facts dating back to 2015. In this other case, he is placed under the status of an assisted witness. The complainant also claims that she was drugged before being raped.