Léa Salamé: After her comments on alcohol, the journalist still amazes Internet users… A disgusted colleague

Léa Salamé: After her comments on alcohol, the journalist still amazes Internet users… A disgusted colleague
Léa Salamé: After her comments on alcohol, the journalist still amazes Internet users… A disgusted colleague

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Léa Salamé’s speeches have been scrutinized for several days and the journalist makes a series of controversial statements. Guest on the set of What an era! Saturday April 27, Artus courageously spoke about his weight loss, notably through stopping alcohol: “I did a lot of little extra things, and things are much better. I stopped drinking, I stopped smoking”explains the 36-year-old actor, before being interrupted by the journalist: “Oh, have you become annoying? No, but I mean, you’re not anxious anymore, you’re boring.”

Words from Léa Salamé which provoked the annoyance of Artus, who subsequently sharply reframed it, creating a big controversy behind it on social networks. This Wednesday, May 1, Raphaël Glucksmann’s partner received Juliette Binoche on her show on France Inter and this time, the 44-year-old host spoke about violence against women and the #metoo movement. You were young, like others, but where others let themselves beyou, you set the limits quite quickly”she says to the Oscar-winning actress, who hastens to add that she was not the only one to have had the courage to say no to insistent men.

Emmanuelle Dancourt and Giulia Foïs outraged

Comments which did not go unnoticed and which caused a lot of noise on X (formerly Twitter). A journalist followed on the platform mentions “the reversal of guilt”used by the Franco-Lebanese woman, before a second journalist speaks about her own experience. “When PPDA (Patrick Poivre d’Arvor) attacked me in his office on June 25, 2008, I was incapable of reacting. I screamed, ‘Patrick open this door!’, but I couldn’t anymore to move. My body did what it could. Afterwards I don’t remember anything. Astonishment. Dissociationexplains the columnist ofEstelle MidiEmmanuelle Dancourt.

Finally, it is none other than Giulia Foïs, sister of Marina Foïs and recognized journalist, also working on France Inter and therefore office colleague of Léa Salamé, who wanted to react. “I didn’t let it happen. I didn’t agree to anything. I gave in, so as not to die”she says.

For now, Léa Salamé has not reacted to the new controversy that she has just triggered.

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