Bettencourt: de Maistre indicted for "trading in influence"

Patrice de Maistre and his lawyer, March 22, before his detention in Bordeaux.

The former asset manager of Liliane Bettencourt, Patrice de Maistre, was indicted Tuesday, June 12 in Bordeaux, for "trading in influence" in the case of the Legion of Honor, given to him former minister Eric Woerth in January 2008, said the floor of Bordeaux.

February 8, Eric Woerth was indicted for passive trading in influence in the delivery of this decoration that would actually get to M. de Maistre in exchange for a job for his wife, Florence Woerth.

Held from March 23 to Gradignan (Gironde), Patrice de Maistre was first indicted on December 15, 2011 for abuse of weakness, complicity in embezzlement and fraud compounded by vulnerability status against the heiress of L'Oreal, and money laundering. He has been in custody since March 22 for new facts of abuse of weakness and abuse of social goods.

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