In the galaxy of alleged protagonists of the Griveaux affair, it now seems to occupy the foreground. Alexandra de Taddeo has been the companion for a little over a year of the Russian artist Piotr Pavlenski, who has claimed the dissemination of messages and videos of a sexual nature involving Benjamin Griveaux. It could also be the recipient of these consignments of the politician LREM, which would date from "two or three years," Piotr Pavlenski told Mediapart.
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In the storm, Benjamin Griveaux resigned on Friday his candidacy for mayor of Paris, then filed a complaint Saturday against X for "invasion of privacy." It is within the framework of the investigation opened following the complaint of the forties that Piotr Pavlenski and Alexandra de Taddeo were placed in police custody this weekend of the heads of “attack on the intimacy of the life private "and" dissemination without the person's agreement of sexual images ".
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The young woman, unknown to the general public, would approach the thirties and would be from Metz. On her LinkedIn profile (now inaccessible), she indicates that she is both a master 2 "international governance and action" at Sciences Po Toulouse and a master 2 "international public law" at the Paris University of Assas, while being in internship at Unesco since June 2019. Between February and June 2019, she was an intern at the Alliance of Lawyers for Human Rights (AADH). She would preside - or would have presided - the student association "Assas Radio". None of these structures responded to requests from Figaro.
Alexandra de Taddeo is also a member of the Paris Youth Council, "a body of participatory democracy which enables young Parisians to be involved in the definition and implementation of municipal policies" , specifies the site of the City of Paris.
Interested in Russia
The young woman seems to be particularly interested in Russia. In 2017, in programs that she hosted on the radio Fréquence protestante, she notably invited a Russian diplomat and a Russian gallery owner. She is also said to have written a memoir entitled "The foreign policy of the Russian Federation towards the Arctic: international cooperation and national interests in synergy".
According to several Internet users, she co-signed with Piotr Pavlenski an interview with a pornographic actress published on the site pornopolitique.com, now blocked. On her website, she also posted a summary of her partner's trial in January 2019, but the document is also inaccessible.
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