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France opens rape probe after book accuses famed author of child abuse


France opens rape probe after book accuses famed author of child abuse
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The French public prosecutor's office said on Friday it was opening a probe into allegations of rape of a child after a woman published a book saying that she had been sexually abused by a prominent author when she was 14.

Vanessa Springora, 47, head of the Julliard publishing house, made the allegation in her book Le Consentement (Consent), which was published on Jan. 2.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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