Benjamin Griveaux, a candidate for mayor of Paris, threw in the towel after the broadcast of an intimate video. For Pierre Ménès, who draws a parallel with the Saïd Chabane affair, all of this becomes unbearable.
The world of football had no connection with Benjamin Griveaux, candidate La République en Marche as mayor of Paris, the latter having clearly recognized that he was not really a fan of football and Paris Saint-Germain. But Pierre Ménès still believes that the unpacking done on the private life of Benjamin Griveaux looks a bit like the recent case of Saïd Chabane, the president of SCO Angers, accused of sexual harassment by several young women employees of the Angevin club. Faced with criticism from those who reminded him that we could not compare a case where a man is accused of crimes and that of a politician who throws in the towel when he is accused of nothing, if not 'is of a light attitude, Pierre Ménès defended himself from having mixed everything.
Because for the consultant of Canal +, it is especially the way which is similar. " All shots are therefore allowed. As with President Chabane, the presumption of innocence has been sacrificed on the altar of social media judges. It is more than unpleasant it is scandalous (…) Please stop taking me for a stupidity I know very well that Griveaux is not accused of anything. But on arrival the result is the same "Said via Twitter, Pierre Ménès, who experienced an unleashing of the same style following accusations by a former assistant during the holiday season.
All shots are therefore allowed. As with President Chabane, the presumption of innocence has been sacrificed on the altar of social media judges. It's more than unpleasant, it's scandalous #griveaux
- Pierre Ménès (@PierreMenes) February 14, 2020
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