The polemicist Dieudonné was sentenced Friday to a fine of 200 days for 30 euros for concealing fraud in Lille, for the performances organized in the capital under the guise of selling cosmetics or theatrical workshop, we learned from a judicial source.
Noémie Montagne, the director of the two companies who rented the rooms under the false pretense, was fined 2,000 euros for fraud. During the June 25 hearing, the judge presented her as the wife of Dieudonne M’bala M’bala, and her lawyers on the contrary confirmed that she is neither his wife nor his companion.
The accused were also ordered to pay €5,000 in damages for damages to the general condition of Roubaix, which is recognized as a civil party, and €1,500 in legal costs.
In question, the shows of the comedian, who has been condemned several times for racist insults and incitement to hatred, were staged in 2018 and 2019 in Roubaix, La Chapelle d’Armentières and Marcq-en-Barœul in northern France.
In the Condition publique de Roubaix, which had previously refused to rent a room in Dieudonne, one of the companies headed by Mrs. Montagni indicated that it wanted to organize a sale of cosmetics.
The Hippodrome de Marcq-en-Barœul is expected to host a theater training workshop, and the Kennedy de la Chapelle d’Armentiers salons selling textiles and DVDs.
The mayor of Marcq-en-Barœul issued an order banning the performance, but the administrative court overturned it and the show was held, as at Roubaix and La Chapelle d’Armentières, in front of about 600 spectators at a time.
The Prosecutor noted that “given the personality of Mr. Mbala Mbala, he finds it difficult to find places to perform, and by hiding behind the supposed companies and names he was able to find them.” France. On that day, none of the accused was present at the hearing.
A lawyer for the accused could not be reached on Friday.