A cup of coffee in hand, her eyes riveted on her computer, Laurence Filippi discovers, amazed, one morning in May, that she is accused of having "abusive gestures (sic)" towards the students of the school she directs. This is what "Au drey" says in a comment riddled with mistakes - published in February and since deleted - on the Google page of the primary school of Lédignan, Gard commune of 1,500 souls, where his two children were schooled. "I had a feeling of injustice, disrespect and disgust," the 58-year-old official recalled. In office at the National Education since the early 1990s, she filed a complaint for "defamation and contempt" and asked the rectorate of her academy for functional protection. This mechanism, which provides for the administration to cover the legal costs of a civil servant, has still not been granted.
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