Former TPMP columnist Matthieu Delormeau arrested in Paris for purchasing cocaine – Libération

Former TPMP columnist Matthieu Delormeau arrested in Paris for purchasing cocaine – Libération
Former TPMP columnist Matthieu Delormeau arrested in Paris for purchasing cocaine – Libération

The former member of Cyril Hanouna’s “Touche pas à mon poste” team was taken into police custody on Monday July 1, caught red-handed buying drugs, according to information from “Le Parisien” verified by “Libération”.

Television host Matthieu Delormeau was taken into custody on Monday, July 1, around noon, after being caught red-handed buying cocaine, according to information from the Parisian. “He was questioned in police custody at the 3rd judicial police district, and summoned under therapeutic injunction for drug use.”confirms the prosecution to Release.

Matthieu Delormeau was in possession of 300 euros in cash in front of his home in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district of Paris when he was arrested in the middle of a deal. The alleged dealer had about fifteen grams of cocaine. Matthieu Delormeau’s home was then searched, according to The Parisianand investigators found there “one gram of white powder, some herbal cannabis, and a small amount of MDMA and GHB.”

The presenter, now aged 50, joined the team of columnists surrounding Cyril Hanouna in the show in 2015. Do not touch My TV, broadcast every evening on C8. He had announced that he would leave the program in May 2023, after a first false start in 2020. The fifty-year-old had already spoken to the media about his relationship with this show, assuring the Parisian in 2017 “to argue sometimes” with Cyril Hanouna.

He has since continued his television program productions with his company Madprods, and announced at the beginning of March that he was preparing his “return to the media at the start of the school year”, but not in Hanouna’s show.

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