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a suspected blackmailer confides

Younes Houass, that’s his name, denies being a blackmailer in the famous Mathieu Valbuena sextape affair. “I never asked for money, at any time,” he says.

He is one of the three blackmailers alleged in the famous case of blackmail with the sextape of Mathieu Valbuena, whose trial opens Friday. He was also one of the first, in June 2015, to address the French international (52 caps, 8 goals), who missed Euro 2016 largely because of this dark history, to discuss of his intimate video, which was beginning to circulate. Younes Houass, that’s his name, delivers his version and denies being the big bad guy. An unpublished document, signed this Thursday by RMC Sport.

“Our exchange lasted about ten minutes, he begins, face blurred. I spoke to someone who was overwhelmed, who didn’t realize what was going on. We exchanged. I gave him ” advice “. I told him to mandate someone, because he was in the fog. ” The current attacking midfielder of Olympique Lyonnais does not trust his interlocutor. On the contrary, since he is filing a complaint. A plan is then set up with the investigators of the judicial police of Versailles: to trap the individual to convince him that “Petit Vélo” really called a person to the rescue, a certain Lucas, who is none other than a member of the PJ.

“I never asked for money”

The latter returns to Houass. Who retains his unique line of defense, that of a matchmaker and not a crook: “I never asked for money, at any time. Besides, it does not appear. I’m not asking for it. At one point, I even say that I stop, because there is no point. But the policeman asks me to stay in the loop and makes me a proposal up to 18,000 euros. Right now, my answer is very clear: I say no ”.

However, he hopes to receive a little something in return: “If the video is deleted, it’s Lucas who will contact me, telling me that he thinks of me as I have helped him. But I didn’t ask for it, I didn’t ask him for that ”. Younes Houass is now facing five years in prison for blackmail and extortion.

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