Anaïs Favron has received five death threats following her visit to Tout le monde en parle
Anaïs Favron confided in La Presse journalist Marc Cassivi following her stint as co-host at Tout le monde en parle. After closing her Facebook page, Anaïs says she has received a tidal wave of hatred in recent days. We remember that she had posted an inappropriate comment on her page while confirming that she had complained to the police. Sunday evening, a lot of Internet users underlined the excellent work of Anaïs to Tout le monde en parle. She asked relevant and interesting questions, she brought an interesting touch to the Radio-Canada program. You can read the full interview in the text Anaïs Favron, in the face of hatred by Marc Cassivi
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“It is beyond comprehension. I was suggested to take my life because I was too jealous of Maripier Morin! »[…] There are fans of Maripier Morin who wrote to me to tell me that they thought I had been very correct with her. This is what I was trying to do. But there are also several who found me contemptuous. I have received five death threats! Including one from a man who named my neighborhood. "
“I started the show with a joke about conspiracies. The conspirators responded, of course. I expected that. I know this is a time when people are on edge. But that was nothing compared to the intensity of Maripier Morin fans. They made me completely forget about the conspirators. It goes way too far. If I am forced to have police protection or to move because I asked questions of a TV host, it sure does not appeal to me. "
“I naively thought that it would be less worse for me than for Dany, because he suffered a lot from homophobia. I didn't think there would be so many misogynistic comments. "-@anaisfavronGo https://t.co/PHOvElarHS
- Marc Cassivi (@MarcCassivi) May 6, 2021
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