Antoine Alléno, son of Michelin-starred chef Yannick Alléno, died after being mowed down by a stolen car

DEATH – He was 24 years old. This Sunday, May 8, the son of Parisian starred chef Yannick Alléno died overnight, following an accident on the road where he was mowed down by a stolen car, confirm several media.

The facts took place around 2:30 a.m., in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, as told The Parisian. While he was traveling on a scooter, driven by someone close to him, he was hit by an Audi RS6 at a red light, very close to the Alma bridge, according to Le Figaro.

According to the two dailies, she was being driven at full speed by a man in his forties who allegedly stole her from the Coya restaurant. He allegedly gave the valet a fake ticket.

always according to Le Figaro, the driver of the vehicle would then have fled on foot before being finally arrested by a police officer from the Paris metropolitan area’s local security department (DSPAP), then out of service. An investigation has been opened in the legal accident processing department. The suspect would be wanted “for a prison sentence to be served” and for “drunk driving”.

Like his father Yannick Alléno (three stars in the Michelin guide since 2007), Antoine Alléno was about to embark on his career in the field of French gastronomy. He was doing his scales with his father.

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