Special Envoy to Rennes (Ille-et-Vilaine)
On this sunny early afternoon, Pierre-Alexandre*, 14, comes out of a gardening activity, a small bonsai tree under his arm. Wearing a navy blue suit and black suede sandals, he strolls through the streets of Rennes, on his way to the child welfare home that has been hosting him for eleven months. On July 4, 2022, he was forced to leave the family home – an accommodation in a chain of apart-hotels – after a report transmitted to the justice by the doctors of the hospital of Rennes. "We went to the emergency room because I had an allergic reaction to a throat lozenge or dried fruits, we do not know too much," says the Figaro this slim boy with long and wavy hair who has always lived alone with his mother.
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On the spot, the "very deteriorated general state of health" of the teenager intrigues the caregivers. Pierre-Alexandre weighs only "27 kilos" for 1.47 meters, says the Rennes prosecutor's office in Le Figaro. He is thus in a situation of "thinness"
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