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Insults on TPMP: Boyard announces a complaint, Hanouna responds

In a press conference at the National Assembly, Louis Boyard announced that he would "file a complaint" for the insults of Cyril Hanouna.

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Insults on TPMP: Boyard announces a complaint, Hanouna responds

In a press conference at the National Assembly, Louis Boyard announced that he would "file a complaint" for the insults of Cyril Hanouna.

"The omnipotence of Hanouna who thinks he can insult and intimidate a person because he criticizes his boss is inadmissible", launched Louis Boyard, during a press point at the Assembly, without specifying the reason for his complaint. .

"Whether you are a deputy or not, a presenter does not have to insult someone live for having criticized the owner of his channel" C8, Vincent Bolloré, insisted the Insoumis deputy.

The live exchanges between Cyril Hanouna and Louis Boyard, former columnist for "Touche Pas à mon poste" (TPMP), had degenerated when the second accused the "five richest people" in France of "impoverishing Africa" , citing in particular Vincent Bolloré, owner of the Canal group.

“You are a shit” had retorted the host, after having treated the deputy of “moron”, “buffoon” and “tocard”.

Returning to the air Monday evening for the first time since the algarade, Cyril Hanouna reiterated the half-regrets he had expressed during the weekend.

"On the sequence, I don't apologize at all" but "I regret the insulting remarks", he said.

All the show's columnists flew to the aid of their leader, criticizing their former colleague.

"When we do this job and we have reached out to you (...) I find it incredible, there are things that are not done," said Benjamin Castaldi.

"You helped a lot" Louis Boyard by hiring him on the show, "he should rather say thank you, it is thanks to you that he was elected deputy", for example affirmed Bernard Montiel.

- The public will continue to "watch" -

Cyril Hanouna and other columnists noted that Jean-Luc Mélenchon and other LFI figures had not spoken on the case.

"The left, they don't want to send us" representatives after this affair, but "it will change quickly, we hope it will change tomorrow", launched Cyril Hanouna.

"I am for going to shows that give us a voice, as long as we have the right to say what we want. Even among the spectators of TPMP, people have been shocked. But they are not going to stop to watch, "said an LFI deputy, on condition of anonymity.

Monday, during his press conference, Louis Boyard again pointed the finger at Vincent Bolloré, "the incarnation of Françafrique" according to him. “It is essential that the media maintain their independence from these billionaires,” said the LFI deputy.

Louis Boyard recalled that his group has tabled a bill to "put an end to concentration in the media", by "limiting shareholders' access to the capital of the major media through a right of approval".

He also asked the President of the National Assembly Yaël Braun-Pivet "to open a commission of inquiry relating to the concentration of the media and more specifically on the financing of the Bolloré empire".

He finally proposed to Cyril Hanouna to "organize a debate" in his program "about the actions of Bolloré in Africa".

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