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PPDA case: this meaningful sentence from Gilles Bouleau to a complainant

PPDA case: this meaningful sentence from Gilles Bouleau to a complainant
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Hélène Devynk, one of the many complainants in the PPDA affair, confided in the surprising exchange she would have had with Gilles Bouleau, about her predecessor.

On Monday May 9, Médiapart published a long plateau program on YouTube, dedicated to the complainants in the PPDA affair. The 18 women accusing Patrick Poivre d’Arvor of sexual violence were present, including two who hid their faces.

Hélène Devynck about Gilles Bouleau: “He told me ‘I don’t fall out of the wardrobe'”

Among all these women was Helen Devynckwho worked at TF1 in the early 1990s, when the events allegedly took place. The journalist spoke about the reigning omerta within the large group, claiming to have spoken about it later, to a good number of her colleagues: “People at TF1 today, I saw them, I saw Gilles Pélisson (current CEO of the channel), I saw Thierry Thuillier (group news director), I spoke to Gilles Bouleau, he was the first to whom I spoke to TF1 before testifying publiclyshe remembered.

If she said that the current presenter of news of TF1 immediately believed her, Hélène Devynck remembered the surprising response that Gilles Bouleau gave her : “He told me ‘I’m not falling out of the wardrobe’. And there it’s complicated, because when you are told ‘I don’t fall out of the cupboard’, that means what did you know without knowingwhat did we see without seeing”she said on the set of Mediapart.

Gilles Bouleau: “I didn’t know, I have no reason to lie”

The journalist then returned to all these members of the channel who once called Patrick Poivre d’Arvor a “seducer”: Everything TF1 says today ‘we knew he was flirty, that he was heavy, that he was compulsivebut we did not see the rapes. They are right, they simply have to wonder about ‘what does a flirt mean?’she finished.

Guest on the set ofWe are live on April 28, Gilles Bouleau spoke about the case, claiming however that he was not aware of the actions of Patrick Poivre d’Arvor : “I think there are plenty of people who were in the editorial staff, like me, who didn’t know. I didn’t know, I have no reason to lie or hide. I have no animosity or protection to bring to PPDA, I did not know”he said.

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PPDA case: this meaningful sentence from Gilles Bouleau to a complainant
On Monday May 9, Médiapart published a long plateau program on YouTube, dedicated to the complainants in the PPDA affair.

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PPDA case: this meaningful sentence from Gilles Bouleau to a complainant
The 18 women accusing Patrick Poivre d’Arvor of sexual violence were present, including two who hid their faces.

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PPDA case: this meaningful sentence from Gilles Bouleau to a complainant
Among all these women was Hélène Devynck, who worked at TF1 in the early 1990s, when the facts allegedly took place.

© Youtube screenshot: Mediapart

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PPDA case: this meaningful sentence from Gilles Bouleau to a complainant
The journalist spoke about the reigning omerta within the large group, claiming to have spoken about it later, to a good number of her colleagues

© DOMINIQUE JACOVIDES

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PPDA case: this meaningful sentence from Gilles Bouleau to a complainant
“People from TF1 today, I saw them, I saw Gilles Pélisson (current CEO of the channel), I saw Thierry Thuillier (director of information for the group), I spoke to Gilles Bouleau is the first to whom I spoke to TF1 before testifying publicly“, she remembered.

© Youtube screenshot: Mediapart

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PPDA case: this meaningful sentence from Gilles Bouleau to a complainant
If she said that the current presenter of JT de TF1 immediately believed her, Hélène Devynck remembered the surprising response that Gilles Bouleau gave her

© DOMINIQUE JACOVIDES

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PPDA case: this meaningful sentence from Gilles Bouleau to a complainant
“He told me ‘I’m not falling out of the wardrobe’. And there it’s complicated, because when you’re told ‘I’m not falling out of the wardrobe’, what does that mean? ‘we knew without knowing, what did we see without seeing,’ she said on the set of Mediapart.

© Youtube screenshot: Mediapart

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PPDA case: this meaningful sentence from Gilles Bouleau to a complainant
The journalist then returned to all these members of the channel who once called Patrick Poivre d’Arvor a “seducer”.

© CYRIL MOREAU

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PPDA case: this meaningful sentence from Gilles Bouleau to a complainant
“Everything TF1 says today ‘we knew he was flirty, that he was heavy, that he was compulsive, but we did not see the rapes’. They are right, they are simply obliged to s ‘ ask about ‘what does a flirty mean?'”, she finished.

© Youtube screenshot: Mediapart

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PPDA case: this meaningful sentence from Gilles Bouleau to a complainant
Invited on the set of We are live on April 28, Gilles Bouleau spoke about the case, claiming however that he was not aware of the actions of Patrick Poivre d’Arvor

© Youtube screenshot: Mediapart

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PPDA case: this meaningful sentence from Gilles Bouleau to a complainant
“I think there are plenty of people who were in the newsroom, like me, who didn’t know. I didn’t know, I have no reason to lie or hide. I have no animosity or protection to bring to PPDA, I did not know,” he said.

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