French actor Gérard Depardieu (Archive photo)
Isn't it surprising that you have to wait fifty years to tell an actor that his behavior with assistants, dressers, his partners is not acceptable, even under the pretext of being silly? asked French actress Isabelle Carré on Wednesday in Elle magazine.
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Gérard Depardieu has been in turmoil since the broadcast in early December of a report fromAdditional investigation on the public channel France 2, in which we see him multiplying misogynistic insults and remarks of a sexual nature.
French actress Isabelle Carré (Archive photo)
The report also returned to her indictment for rape in 2020, following x27;a complaint from an actress in her twenties, Charlotte Arnould. He refutes these accusations.
Gérard Depardieu, 75, is also the target of a complaint for sexual assault filed by the French actress Hélène Darras for facts a priori prescribed, as well as another in Spain by a journalist, Ruth Baza, accusing him of a rape in 1995.
In a television interview on December 20, French President Emmanuel Macron denounced a manhunt against Gérard Depardieu. He made France, our great authors, our great characters known throughout the world. […] He makes France proud, he declared, since then facing criticism from feminist associations.
French President Emmanuel Macron (File photo)
A group in favor of the actor also published on Tuesday a support article denouncing a lynching, signed by around sixty cultural personalities, including the director Bertrand Blier; actresses Carole Bouquet, Nathalie Baye and Charlotte Rampling; actors Jacques Weber, Pierre Richard and Gérard Darmon, as well as music personalities Roberto Alagna, Carla Bruni and Jacques Dutronc.