big scare at their home, five suspects arrested during the night

The series of burglaries hitting French celebrities never ends. These last months, several personalities have in fact been victims of theft at their homes or attempted break-ins. We think of Bruno Guillon, Vitaa, Patrick Sébastien, Anne-Sophie Lapix, Alexandre Letellier, Cyril Lignac, Sylvie Tellier, and even Nikos Aliagas.

More recently, it was Djamel Bentenah, a familiar face to viewers of Affaire concluded who suffered the same fate. The man, who lives in Colombes, was the target with his wife of a burglary committed by three men who were immediately apprehended and placed in police custody. Placed in pre-trial detention, the three alleged criminals were also tried in immediate appearance.

For some, it’s time for excuses. We remember that one of Nikos Aliagas’ burglars did not fail to offer his mea culpa during his hearing.

“I see who it is. I’m like a madman. If I had known it was Nikos Aliagas, I would never have done that. I would have thought twice. He’s famous, he’s on TV . He’s nice. I’m really sorry, even if apologies aren’t enough.” he had in fact declared. This was not enough to convince the judge who sentenced him and his accomplice to two years of imprisonment during his trial which was held at the Val-de-Marne criminal court, in Créteil.

Jean-Luc Reichmann in turn targets burglars
This Thursday, February 29, 2024, unfortunately it is the turn of Jean-Luc Reichmann, one of the French people’s favorite personalities, to be the target of burglars. According to our colleagues from Le Parisien, the flagship host of the TF1 channel was the victim of an attempted theft at his home located in Neuilly-sur-Seine, in Hauts-de-Seine. The events allegedly took place during the night from Wednesday to Thursday and we learned that five suspects have already been arrested in Épinay-sur-Seine.


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