The individual filmed pushing a woman down the stairs of the Porte de la Chapelle metro station was deported to Spain and is now banned from entering French territory.
The individual arrested on April 18 after being filmed pushing a woman down the stairs of the Porte de la Chapelle metro station in Paris was deported to Spain on May 2. Of Spanish nationality, he was placed under an obligation to leave French territory and is now prohibited from entering and staying on French territory.
This information was communicated on Twitter on May 3 by the Paris police headquarters, accompanied by the keyword “do not let anything go”.
#NotLet Pass | Thanks to the work of investigators:
➡️ Interpellation of the respondent of nationality 🇪🇸
⚖️ Under an obligation to leave the territory 🇫🇷, he was expelled to 🇪🇸 on 02.05 and is now forbidden to enter and stay in the territory 🇫🇷. https://t.co/YgeL4jW8RA
– Police Prefecture (@prefpolice) May 3, 2021
The sequence was controversial on April 17 on social networks. In a widely relayed video, filmed on an unknown date, a man could be seen pushing a woman down the stairs of the Porte de la Chapelle metro station, in the 18th arrondissement of the capital.
Cut the beginning of the video to show only the images of the gratuitous assault of a woman at Porte de la Chapelle in order to shock public opinion and push the far right up in the polls. #TheRacailleKillspic.twitter.com/AZtTctjHrT
– Parisiano (@ Parisii75) April 17, 2021
A longer sequence of the episode was then posted online, reporting an altercation whose motive remains to be determined. According to LCI, when filing his complaint, the victim said he knew his attacker, who would be his drug supplier.