"Charlotte, I KNOW you're telling the truth. I know it to know the crystal that you are, the iron blade too, and I know it to know Depardieu, if it is possible to say that we know a man who no longer knows himself. His fame and impunity have ravaged his humanity. He had better shut up and ask for forgiveness. Do not continue the crime by denying the crime. Before he dies, let him become a man again."
— Anouk Grinberg (@anouk_grinberg) October 3, 2023
Addressed to the actress Charlotte Arnould who filed a complaint for rape against Gérard Depardieu, this shocking message published on X (ex-Twitter) is signed by the actress Anouk Grinberg who had not published on this network for three years. A serious accusation that comes as the actor, indicted for "rape" and "sexual assault" has just published an open letter Monday in Le Figaro to deny the accusations en bloc.
Numerous accusations of sexual violence against Depardieu
In this letter, he claims to be "neither a rapist nor a predator" and to have "never abused a woman." He denounces a "lynching" against him in recent years. The actor was accused of sexual violence by thirteen other women in an investigation published by Mediapart in April 2023.
Anouk Grinberg who celebrated her 60th birthday this year and who had recently been found in "The Night of the 12th" by Dominik Moll or "The Innocent", had shared the poster with Gérard Depardieu in 1991, in "Merci la vie" by Bertrand Blier his companion at the time. In 2022, they found themselves in "Les Volets verts" by Jean Becker.
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