A prime Ford government has been arrested after he allegedly tried to set his spouse’s designer purses on hearth with a butane torch and bodily assaulted her throughout a home dispute.
Franck Louis-Victor is accused of slapping, headbutting and hitting his spouse with a Google Nest Hub system after he threatened to burn two of her Hermès purses, every valued at $10,000.
The 50-year-old was taken into custody at his $830,000 residence in Bloomfield Township, Michigan, on Saturday.
Police say that after his spouse took the purses away, Louis-Victor informed her he would damage her if he couldn’t burn the purses. The spouse was not named by cops.
Ford government Franck Louis-Victor is accused of slapping and headbutting his spouse after he tried to burn her designer purses with a butane torch of their Michigan residence
Police say that after his spouse took the purses away, Louis-Victor informed her he would damage her if he couldn’t burn the purses
Louis-Victor was arrested after he made statements to police that matched his spouse’s claims, in accordance with officers.
She was reportedly taken to the hospital after the confrontation and handled for a laceration underneath her eye.
Initially from France, Louis-Victor labored at automobile producer Renault earlier than shifting to Ford in 2021.
He now serves because the CEO of Ford Subsequent LLC and vice chairman of latest enterprise platforms.
Ford Subsequent is in control of creating and fostering new companies underneath the Ford umbrella.
Based on the corporate’s web site: ‘Because the automotive ecosystem evolves, Ford Subsequent focuses on methods to supply new, technology-forward buyer experiences in varied domains resembling power, provide chain, iOT, and distribution.’
Louis-Victor was arraigned on Monday with bond set at a $25,000.
He pled not responsible and is being held in Oakland County jail, per courtroom data.
The exec faces felony fees of arson and assault with a harmful weapon.
Ford stated in a press release they’re conscious of ‘what has been reported within the press, however it could be inappropriate to touch upon private issues.’
Louis-Victor’s subsequent courtroom listening to is scheduled for July 18.