The short answer that he finally sent us includes all those accused of negligence or complicity in acts of sexual and gender-based violence.
until the latest revelations are released on Monday release In connection with the PPDA case, we attempted to contact Frederik Begbeder, who participated in one of the testimonies of our investigation. He did not want to answer for us. This Wednesday he sent us the following text:
“I don’t remember the 2003 conversation that Benedict Martin recounts on Tuesday Morning Release. That doesn’t mean it’s fake. If someone harms Benedict, it is important that justice be done. As for me, I’m sorry if I didn’t have the same reaction in 2003 as I do today. I was very stupid at the time, but we all knew that already.
In the article, which the author 99 francs Benedict Martin, who accuses Patrick Poivre d’Arvor of sexually assaulting him in November 2003 in the TF1 journalist’s office, says that at the time he immediately alerted Frédéric Begbeder to the facts. The latter was then his publisher at Flammarion, which published a collection of his erotic short stories. Service.
According to the author, Beigbeder burst out laughing: “It’s normal, you’re a girl. As soon as Michel Welbeck arrived at Beigbeder’s office in Flammarion, he asked what was going on. “It happens that PPDA tried to jump Benedict.Beigbeder answered. And Welbeck concludes: “Then nothing changes. “
The short answer that he finally sent us includes all those accused of negligence or complicity in acts of sexual and gender-based violence. Faced with the same accusations of tone-deafness, former TF1 news director Robert Namias also pleaded release He does not remember the various alarms given by the former journalist Cécile Timoreau, who explained a few months later on the microphone of Sonia Deviller at Inter in France: “The testimony of dozens of women is heartbreaking […] You have to listen to these women and believe them. We should support them.“He also referred to the work of the judiciary to consider the classification without further observation. There was Frederic Bagbeder “very stupid”, as he himself says in an ambiguous mea culpa with a hint of tenderness? Or once and for all and again today, stubbornly conform to the times?