Henda Ayari's version of events has been questioned after new evidence has emerged in Tariq Ramadan's rape case.
In October, Ayari, an author and former Salafi, had accused the prominent public intellectual of raping her.
After Ayari's accusation, four other women came forward alleging Ramadan raped them. The Islamic scholar was indicted in February for rape, including that of a "vulnerable person," before being remanded in custody.
On Thursday, July 19, Henda Ayari and Tariq Ramadan came face to face for the first time in the office of the three Parisian investigating judges in charge of Ramadan's case.
Despite confessing to having had five extramarital affairs, Ramadan has always denied the rape accusations.