Thirteen people were on trial for cyberbullying Mila after the publication in November 2020 of a viral video in which she sharply attacked her detractors.
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Eleven people were sentenced Wednesday, July 7 to terms ranging from four to six months in prison suspended for cyberstalking, in connection with the Mila case. One person was released and the court retained a procedural flaw for another. Thirteen defendants were tried for cyberbullying Mila after the publication in November 2020 of a viral video in which she sharply attacked her detractors.
“I never want the victims to be made to blame again, said Mila en leaving the courtroom and thanking his parents and lawyer. We won and we will win again. “
These young women and men, aged 18 to 30, are also each ordered to pay Mila 1,500 euros in compensation for suffering and 1,000 euros for her legal fees. The young woman, aged 18, has been living under police protection since the publication of a first video criticizing the Koran and Islam in January 2020.The trial opened Thursday, June 3 before the Paris Criminal Court.
This trial before the Paris Correctional Court was one of the very first devoted to the crime of cyberbullying created by the Schiappa law 2018. A law that stipulates that, if on social media, several people attack the same victim knowing that their words characterize a repetition even if there is no concertation, it is harassment.