It is September 23 that the judgment in the trial of Arnaud Boodram will be delivered by Raj Seebaluck magistrate of the intermediate court.

Arnaud Boodram appeared Tuesday, August 23 before the intermediate court. He was charged with indecent assault on his daughter and pleaded not guilty.
According to the prosecution, the offense is alleged to January 3, 2014 Mangalkhan. His daughter was then 11 years old.

In his deposition produced and read in court, Arnaud Boodram, aged thirty years, denies having committed the acts alleged against him. He explained that he is separated from his wife and his daughter lives with him.

He said January 3, 2014 he went to retrieve his daughter Rose-Belle to 18 hours. She spent the night with him. According to the indictment, the crime was committed while the girl was being put to bed.

As part of the investigation, the police heard the brother of Arnaud Boodram and the companion of him. The latter told police he heard noise from the room, and the girl complaining of seeing “evil.”

She said she had reported what she heard to her companion. The house has two bedrooms Boodram. The brothers each have their own. After listening, his wife’s brother broke into the room of Arnaud Boodram and beat him. However, in his testimony, Arnaud Boodram said his brother was attacked because he was under the influence of alcohol.

Arnaud Boodram was the first suspect arrested in connection with the investigation of the Major Crimes Investigation Team (MCIT) on the murder of Eleana Gentil. He was arrested on 17 April 2015. The body of the girl was found April 11, 2015, 11 days after her disappearance, on a few meters from his house in Anoska, 16th mile, Forest Side.

The body of the small, 11, was in an advanced state of decomposition.

Arnaud Boodram spent several months in detention. The police had then indicated that it had no objection to his release on bail.

Arnaud Boodram has been released October 15, 2015 after paying bail of Rs 15,000 and have signed a debt commitment of Rs 100,000.