Prioul took to her Twitter on Thursday, sharing her thoughts on Eric Dupond-Moretti’s decision to drop Lamjarred’s case.
“Master Moretti drops the case. Realizing that life is too short to waste time with lost causes?” she wrote.
The lawyer announced his withdrawal from the case yesterday, opening the doors for rumors.
Lamjarred, who is facing his second charge of rape and violence in France, was arrested on Sunday, August 26, in Saint-Tropez in southeastern France.
King Mohammed VI recommended Moretti to defend Lamjarred when he was arrested in France on rape and violence charges in October 2016.
— Laura Prioul (@lora_s_life) August 30, 2018
Prioul reacted to Lamjarred’s new case earlier this week. Prioul heavily criticized her country’s justice system when news outlets wrote about Lamjarred’s release 48 hours after his arrest.
“This is something I can not conceive, it’s something I can not understand, that he can go on vacation like that since there have already been complaints against him and I’m not the first,” Prioul told France radio RTL.
Jean-Marc Fedida, another member of Lamjarred’s defense team, denied the charges against Lamjarred after his release.
The lawyer told France Info that the singer had “a consensual sexual relationship” with the second victim, who accuses him of rape.
“He denies any violence against this person, of any nature whatsoever.”
Fedida also claimed that “no material findings can confirm the existence of such violence.”