Far from the cameras and the hubbub of social networks, justice discreetly investigates behind the scenes of the "Angels of reality TV".
Thursday, November 3, in the morning, Jérémy Gisclon, alias Jeremstar, was heard for an hour and a half by the brigade for the repression of delinquency against the person (BRDP).
This unit of the national police is studying potential acts of moral harassment on the sidelines of the flagship program of NRJ 12. Very popular with young audiences from 2011 to 2020, the program's concept was to confine former faces of reality TV in a luxury villa abroad.
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