Patrick Poivre d’Arvor case: Two victims were minors at the time of the events!

Patrick Poivre d’Arvor had for many years been the star of TF1’s 20 hours. The television news that had made him this public figure known throughout France. His notoriety was such that he was almost untouchable. This is also the reason why his wife had waited so long before filing a complaint against him for alleged acts of rape committed on his person. A complaint that had grown enormously in 2021 when the trial was opened. The outcome was in any case predictable insofar as it ended in a dismissal.

New incriminating revelations for the journalist

The women who spoke out following the media coverage of the Patrick Poivre d’Arvor affair numbered 26. Twenty of them spoke out in a special issue of A l’air libre broadcast on Mediapart. Testimonies which had enabled us to discover that two of these victims were minors at the time of the facts. They were 16 and 17 years old respectively. What freezes the blood of the public who did not expect at all such a revelation concerning the one who had invited himself every evening for several years in the salons of the French.

It is therefore openly that Margot Cauquil-Gleizes had testified that she maintained her testimony and assumed it perfectly. She would have been 17 when Patrick Poivre d’Arvor allegedly raped her. He also allegedly sexually assaulted her when she was 24. The second woman to have testified was hiding under the pseudonym of Caroline and would have been 16 years old at the time of the facts.