Fitz James. Drunk, two boyfriends Antoine Villet and Nina Lecom get into a fight

They wanted to get drunk together before wearing an electronic bracelet to prevent them from seeing each other – Dylan de Jong

“A toxic relationship”: The term has become very common in the Compiègne courtroom. As noted by defense lawyers as well as the prosecution, this seems to be the best feature of the number of domestic violence cases that have failed in court. The latest is valuable to 32-year-old Antoine Villett and 35-year-old Nina Lecomte for appearing this Tuesday, June 7th.

It was in June 2021 that two lovers met, one and the other took a drink. Several months followed a life together – at the end of which, last April, Antoine was condemned for the violence against Nina. He was then placed in a foster home and was not allowed to come in contact with her. However, prosecutor Marie-Celine Lorisz reminded us during her submission, “The two continue to maintain a bond.”

An end before the electronic bracelet

On May 31, Antoine and Nina meet in front of the young woman’s home. The next day, Nina – a mother of two and whose criminal record has led to numerous convictions, especially for violence against a wife – will have to wear an electronic bracelet, which will prevent her from making her lover as happy as she is from now on. . That evening, the couple longs to treat themselves to one last evening. Anthony and Nina “Sparrow feast” – Sprinkle them with whiskey. The couple then go to sleep in the car of Landscape Gardener, who is also the father of a 12-year-old child whom he no longer sees. The rest of the evening is still confused: it seems that Antoine wanted to wake Nina, and she punched him in the shoulder in response. Still, an argument broke out between the two drunken lovebirds. Mutual blows are struck. At 9:30 pm, Gendermass is called by Nina – who claims to be a victim of Antoine’s violence. The young woman (a resident of RSA and a mother of two, both set up) is crying in the middle of the street and she seems completely lost when people of the opposite sex arrive at the scene. But Antoine Willett resigned long ago; He will not be held in police custody until two days later, June 2, before he is finally brought to court for “repeating the violence against a wife.”

The two defendants said “we risked seeing one of them before the excise court”.

Appearing under escort this Tuesday, June 7, he admitted the veracity of the allegations against him. Also on trial for “violence against a wife”, Nina Lecomte has been free to appear in court – President Xavier Lacasa is constantly turning to the box in which he is being questioned.

“One year together, a dozen episodes of violence”Prosecutor Marie-Celine Lorisz regretted her submissions, insisting “The violent personality of the accused, as evidenced by their criminal record.” Showing concern for the future, he says: “The risks for the future are obvious. Pushing too much risk sees one of them in front of the excise court. Recalling that Antoine Willett was in a state of reconsideration, he was sentenced to 18 months in prison, including six with probationary suspension for 2 years. Indicates “Psychological fragility” In Nina Lecomte, he pleaded against his 6-month prison sentence with a more humble, probationary suspension for a period of 2 years.

A couple “under mutual influence”

Appealing for her release, the young woman’s lawyer, Mr Charlotte de Boislavil, confirmed that “[s]He is under the influence of the client, he is scared, he is a victim above all. “

“He’s in effect, too.” Involved with Anthony Willett’s lawyer Anthony Alexander. “Mister has a private residence, he has a CDI, what’s the use of sending him to jail?” She thinks. And to propose to the court: “Why not a bracelet? All he needs is support. ”

Nina Lecomme and Antoine Villett are condemned, one of the confessed and the other guilty of violence against his wife. He was sentenced to 5 months imprisonment with probationary suspension for 2 years. In particular, he will have the obligation to have psychological and addictive care and a job. He was sentenced to 18 months in prison, 12 of which were suspended for 2 years. The court also revoked the three-month stay order. But Villett escaped from prison, and will have to serve his sentence under house arrest with a bracelet. Finally, one and the other are now banned from communication.


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