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the ex-champion of TV games Christian Quesada released

The former game show champion Christian Quesada left the Bourg-en-Bresse prison where he was serving a three-year prison sentence for corruption of minors and the detention and dissemination of child pornography, we learned. Friday with the prosecution. “We never heard of an incident during his detention,” said Bourg-en-Bresse public prosecutor Christophe Rode, confirming information from the regional daily Le Progrès.

A release “around March 10”

According to the magistrate, the release of the former cathodic champion dates back “to around March 10”. Christian Quesada was imprisoned on March 27, 2019 after hundreds of images and videos of minors suffering rape and sexual assault, which he exchanged with other Internet users, were found on his computers. Sentenced on April 8, 2020 by the Bourg-en-Bresse criminal court, the 56-year-old man received a remission of his sentence.

“He did not apply for or receive a sentence adjustment. He only received the discounts and sentence credits provided for by law, which can be granted if people behave well and show a will. reintegration, “says the prosecutor. Christian Quesada is now registered with the Fijais (the automated judicial file for perpetrators of sexual or violent offenses) and has the obligation of socio-judicial monitoring which requires him to declare any change of domicile to the gendarmerie.

The champion of the show “Les 12 coups de midi”

The Quesada affair had erupted with the complaint of a young underage girl who explained that she had chatted on the internet with a man pretending to be a boy who asked him to send him naked pictures, and making openly sexual proposals to him. Nicknamed “the professor”, Christian Quesada had marked viewers in 2016 and 2017 by making nearly 200 appearances on the show “Les 12 coups de midi”.

The 50-year-old native of Ain had been on the air daily for six months and had won more than 800,000 euros, part of which was in gifts. At the RSA before his participation in the game of TF1, this single father of two children, whose life had radically changed after his victories, had published his autobiography in 2017 to tell his story. The life of this man, who was illustrated in other televised games such as “Numbers and Letters”, was at the time to be adapted on the big screen, according to several interviews given by the person concerned to the press.

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