Actress Gayet Sues Closer Over Hollande ‘affair’ Report
The celebrity connected to France Chief executive Francois Hollande, Jules Gayet, is suing the journal that released images of their claimed event.
Ms Gayet started procedures against nearer for violation of comfort, the journal informed AFP information organization.
Mr Hollande made the decision not to sue the journal after first harmful to.
The images delved the administration into a problems which saw Mr Hollande’s current associate, Valerie Trierweiler, taken to hospital. Ms Gayet, 41, is looking for 50,000 euros (£41,000; $68,000) in loss and 4,000 euros in lawful costs from the journal. If she wins, Nearer will have to post the lawful judgment on its protect page, AFP reviews.
Mr Hollande, 59, informed journalists on Tuesday he was suffering from a “difficult moment” in his personal life but rejected to respond to concerns over the review in Nearer, saying “private issues should be handled privately”.
Nor would he explain whether Ms Trierweiler, 48, was still first woman before a Feb journey to the US. Closer released a seven-page review on the claimed event, which Mr Hollande has not declined, last Saturday. Photos display a man in an accident headgear on a motorcycle, said to be Mr Hollande, viewing a condominium near the Elysee Structure. Ms Gayet is proven at the developing in a individual picture.
Public respond to the claimed event has been usually modest in France.
However, former Chief executive Nicolas Sarkozy has allegedly scoffed at the complications now being knowledgeable by the man who beaten him this year.
“When you are president of the [French] Republic you have to be conscious of the chance of looking absurd and these images of Hollande in his motorcycle headgear making his mistress’s position has created him absurd,” he was estimated as informing buddies by satirical every week Le Canard Enchaine.
Many believe that Mr Sarkozy will take a position for re-election in 2017, when he could again experience Mr Hollande.