Was the singer Louane drugged with GHB in a bar in Paris?

The results of his blood tests are awaited. Was the singer Louane drugged with GHB, the “rape drug”? A police investigation has been opened, entrusted to the 17th arrondissement police station.

Monday June 13, at the end of the evening, the young woman presented herself to the police station of the VIIIth arrondissement after serious suspicions supported by her doctor.

Around 7:30 p.m., the singer went to a café in Montmartre, rue des Abbesses (18th). She was accompanied by her children’s nanny. The two women had only one drink and did not leave their table. No one joined them.

Dizziness, nausea, vomiting…

Very quickly, Louane began to feel “strange symptoms”, specifies a police source: dizziness, nausea, vomiting. The young woman staggered.

Louane has decided to return home, as best she can, even though her home is near the bar in question. So she called a doctor. The latter immediately thought of GHB poisoning and advised Louane to go to a police station in order to have a requisition for a blood test and thus determine the poisoning.

The police received Louane and directed her to the 17th century police station for a complaint and a blood test. The investigation is continuing.

Such poisonings are increasingly common in Paris. At the end of October, a #Balancetonbar movement was born on social networks. Victims of GHB poisoning thus recounted their misadventures. More recently, an alert was launched on supposed injections with GHB in the evenings.

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