Photographer Charged in Nobel Sex Abuse Scandal
In November, French photographer Jean-Claude Arnault was accused of sexual harassment or assault by 18 women, along with allegations that he groped Swedish Crown Princess Victoria. Stockholm prosecutors have now charged him with two counts of rape. After Arnault’s wife, Katarina Frostenson — a poet and former Swedish Academy member — initially refused to step down from the group that awards the Nobel Prize for literature, several members of the academy resigned and the 2018 award was postponed. Arnault, who could face six years in prison, has denied all allegations.