The former member of Moselle claims to have received insistent advances from Jérôme Cahuzac. By refusing, she considers having been “sanctioned” by her former colleague minister.
The Nicolas Hulot affair continues its political upheaval. Former Moselle MP Aurélie Filippetti, an unsuccessful candidate in the last regional elections in June 2021 in the Grand Est, made revelations about a former socialist minister.
On Franceinfo on Monday, November 29, the former Minister of Culture returned to an episode with Jérôme Cahuzac, when she was a member of Parliament for Moselle before joining the government of François Hollande in 2012.
Asked about the #MeTooPolitique movement which has been developing in recent weeks, she said that she “refused” the “extremely insistent” advances of the one who was then a deputy for Lot-et-Garonne (before him also becoming minister under Holland).
“I was a member of the Finance Committee and my parliamentary reserve, at that time allocated by the committee chairman, was reduced to almost the bare minimum. I had a lot less than all the other members of the committee had, ”she said.
🗣️ “Because of this story, my parliamentary reserve has been reduced to the strict minimum”, she continued, adding that François Hollande “did not believe her” pic.twitter.com/lVOdKIQ8to
The former minister, now back to her teaching profession, also charged François Hollande and ex-Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault.
At the time of her appointment to the government with Jérôme Cahuzac, she did not fail to warn President François Hollande and his Prime Minister, Jean-Marc Ayrault, of these advances received, but “nobody believed me”, she said.
“It was inaudible because the women were always wrong in these stories,” lamented the former Moselle parliamentarian. “Jérôme Cahuzac used to say that we had a story together and that I was living very badly with our alleged separation. This is the reality of political life, “assured the former partner of Arnaud Montebourg.
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