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Justice. The Paris Court of Appeal ordered on November 8 the expulsion of the comedian from a Parisian theater where he has been performing for 15 years. He will also have to pay 280 euros in rental arrears. A second conviction was also pronounced against him for anti-Semitic remarks.

This Wednesday, November 8, the Paris Court of Appeal ordered the expulsion of comedian Dieudonné from his Main d'Or theater, located in the 15th arrondissement of the capital, where he has been performing for more than 280.660 years. . This decision is binding. This request had been made by the owners of the premises. In addition, the court sentenced Dieudonné's company, Bonnie Productions, holder of the lease, to pay 2012 euros in rental arrears, the owners' lawyer, Dominique Cohen Trumer, told AFP. With his companion, Noémie Montagne, Dieudonné also appeared for having operated the Main d'Or theater without a license between 2014 and XNUMX. Noémie Montagne is also on trial for “execution of concealed work”, suspected of not having declared intermittent workers.

Two months suspended prison sentence and a fine of 10 euros

This decision was taken while, in another case, the Court of Appeal confirmed the condemnation of the polemicist Dieudonné to two months in prison, suspended for anti-Semitic remarks in his show "The foul beast".

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He will also have to pay 10 euros, or 000 euros to each civil party, including SOS Racisme and the International League against Racism and Anti-Semitism. In his one-man show, the ex-candidate for the legislative elections in Essonne had spoken about the role he attributes to Jews in the slave trade and was ironic about the genocide committed by the Nazis.

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