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>> Marine Le Pen back in the spotlight, this time for refusing to comply with a police summons. Accused of allegedly misusing European Union funds to pay her staff, the French far right leader says she's the victim of political dirty tricks.>>
> It's emerged she was called to speak to police last week, but refused.
But her lawyer saying on Friday that she will appear for any summons after the upcoming elections. Le Pen, leader of the anti-immigration and anti-European Union National Front, is a front runner in this year's presidential election. French police detained her bodyguard and chief of staff on Wednesday, questioning them on the same allegations, following a raid on her party headquarters on the outskirts of Paris.
Le Pen insists she has done nothing wrong.