Jean-Bart piled on FIFA for banning him has not posted anything yet
Nevertheless, investigators found that"the sexual conduct and requests from Mr. Jean-Bart ranged from improper touching, to sexual harassment and abuse and, in the worst case of rape (and forced abortion)." Evidence provided by FIFPro, the global players' union, revealed how systemic the misuse was, together with 34 potential sufferers and 10 potential perpetrators identified, including 14 potential sufferers of Jean-Bart.
The analysis concluded that Jean-Bart's behavior was"simply inexcusable, a disgrace for any soccer official," adding:"He abused his place so as to satisfy his own mindset of domination over the most fragile people, destroying the livelihood and lifestyles of young promising female players"
Jean-Bart has been Responsible for the FHF for 20 Decades. Regardless of the depth of these allegations against him, he continues to maintain his innocence and claims he will appeal his life ban to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, the world's highest sports court.
In an interview with the British information website Mail Online a month, Jean-Bart piled on FIFA for banning him, saying:"I knew I was likely to be found guilty regardless of what. You need to wonder if they'd do the same thing using the president of the French or Italian federations." However, Jean-Bart's joy proved short lived. After global criticism, the prosecutor in Croix-des-Bouquets has won an appeal to reopen the investigation.
Reacting to the FIFA report, Evan Nierman, Jean-Bart's spokesman, told DW:"Repeating false and salacious allegations to overseas journalists and also a bureaucratic committee within FIFA does not make them accurate. Because judicial procedures and courts of law depend on truth and proof instead of politically motivated rumors, Dr. Jean-Bart believes that he will be cleared of wrongdoing when his case is examined before the Court of Arbitration for Sport."
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