Rabat - Saad Lamjarred will not spend Eid Al Adha with his family in Morocco.
Rabat – Saad Lamjarred will not spend Eid Al Adha with his family in Morocco.
According to Moroccan magazine Sayidati, the French court has refused to let the Moroccan singer come back to the kingdom for Eid Al Adha, which is expected to be celebrated on August 22.
Since his release on bail, the 33-year-old artist has returned to Morocco twice. In May, the French court allowed him to spend the holy month of Ramadan with his family.
The Moroccan sensation was also granted the right to travel to the kingdom in March on a “temporary” visit to present his single “Ghazali”
Though the singer’s electronic monitoring bracelet was removed in October 2017, Lamjarred is still technically prohibited from leaving French territory, pending the end of the investigation and the start of his trial.
French authorities arrested Lamjarred on October 26, 2016, for sexual assault of a woman named Laura Prioul.
The pop singer was temporarily released on bail under electronic surveillance on April 13, 2017, after spending almost six months at the Marriott Champs Elysées in Paris waiting to face rape and assault charges.