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Jacques Bouthier, the 75-year-old Chief Executive Officer of Vilavi, has been placed under arrest and jailed for his crimes against minors.

Vilavi was formerly known as ASSU 2000 and is a large insurance brokerage firm in France with an employee database of 1800 and over 550,000 members. An annual turnover of 160m euros makes it one of France’s largest firms.

An investigation was opened in mid-March by a young 22-year-old woman who went to the police after she was told that she was too old for Mr Bouthier. She had to find a replacement for herself and recruited a 14-year-old girl. She took video of Mr Bouthier and the young girl in bed together to the police.

There was an attempt by Mr Bouthier, his wife, 2 employees of Vilavi, a young woman, and a former Gendarmerie’s Elite Tactical Unit (GIGN) member to recover the video and have the 22-year-old woman flee the country.

The 5 accomplices have been charged with “criminal association with the intention of committing abduction by an organised group.”

Jacques Bouthier’s charges are for trafficking minors, rape of minors, using minor prostitutes, and conspiracy to commit abduction.

Jacques Bouthier has resigned from his position as CEO and Chairman of the board of Vilavi, effective immediately.

The names of all involved have not been mentioned.

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