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As a key player in seksschandaal Nobel prize for literature, was sentenced to two years for rape

The French photographer Jean-Claude Arnault (72) is Monday by a Swedish court and sentenced to two years in prison for rape.

The Swedish prosecutor had earlier said that there is ‘sufficient evidence’ was against Arnault. There, the court thus recognized, despite Arnault himself insist that he is innocent.

Arnault is married with Katarina Frostenson, a former member of the Swedish Academy the Nobel prize for literature awards. In the aftermath of #MeToo accused eighteen women in november him of sexual abuse and harassment. The court continued him for two rapes, but spoke to him for one of the two charges free.

The abuse would have taken place in the buildings of the Academy in Paris and Stockholm. In addition, it would Arnault the past few years, also the names of seven Nobel prize winners have leaked. In addition, the Forum, the exclusive club of Frostenson and Arnault, grants of the Academy.

The result of the scandal was that eight of the eighteen members of the Academy walked out, and that the award of the Nobel prize for Literature, a year was postponed. The winner of 2017 will work with the winner of 2018 to be published in 2019. However, this week a number of other Nobel prize winners published.

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