Usually discreet on social networks, Sandrine Bonnaire took to Instagram to "denounce a dysfunction and denounce mistreatment and neglect within the nursing home where my mother lived". The 56-year-old actress has announced that she will file a complaint against the establishment where her mother, who died on August 23, was staying.
"She didn't have any disease. This is what led us to investigate the cause of his death. Sandrine Bonnaire explains in a video published on the Instagram account of her friend, the comedian Jean-Fi Jeanssens. The video's commentary reads: "I know that these platforms are not a public court, but it is important to continue to warn about the unacceptable."
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Then the actress announces: "My family and I have gathered enough evidence for us to file a complaint." According to her, "it is unthinkable that there is negligence, mistreatment in some establishments, there have already been scandals, we know them. I know it's going to be a long fight, but it's a fight I'll fight to the end to restore dignity to my mom. Sandrine Bonnaire concludes: "Losing a mother is already sad, losing a mother in deplorable conditions is extremely painful. There is no confirmation at this time whether the complaint has been filed or whether an investigation has been opened.
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Shortly after her mother's death, she had already spoken out about it, on the set of Jordan De Luxe: "I'm trying to understand why and how she died. I can't quite say more right now, but that's part of the battles I'm going to dig into and fight. She assured at the time: "It's not a suicide in any case, I know that. (...) In any case, she wasn't sick and she wasn't so old to leave. »