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Entertainment Lara Fabian victim of sexual harassment: she comes out of silence

18:25  26 october  2020
18:25  26 october  2020 Source:   vanityfair.fr

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Lara Fabian victime de harcèlement sexuel : elle sort du silence © CEDRIC PERRIN / BESTIMAGE Lara Fabian victim of sexual harassment: she comes out of silence On October 23, Lara Fabian confided in ICI Radio-Canada, in the occasion of a documentary dedicated to him. During this interview, the singer was invited to give her opinion on the #MeToo movement and explained that she herself had already been the victim of sexual harassment during her career.

Lara Fabian has decided to indulge in an open heart. On the occasion of , a new documentary dedicated to him , the former coach of The Voice agreed to grant an intimate interview to our colleagues from ICI Radio-Canada . The singer, usually very modest when it comes to evoking her private life , this time agreed to to make some personal confidences . While being questioned about the #MeToo movement, , Lou's mother revealed that she too had suffered the inappropriate behavior of a man: "Me I experienced it That, very closely. And I never spoke about it , not even in the documentary ", she confided in the preamble.

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While she had never spoken about it before, Lara Fabian agreed to come out of the silence and share her personal experience: "I believe he there is, as a woman, sometimes a price that one is ready to pay in the name of certain dreams. But when one prepares to pay this price, one does not imagine the extent of the pain . I lived it and I pressed the stop button ", she explained. Maurane's friend clarified that she understood the women who remained walled in silence after such acts: "It was hard. There were consequences, simply. Big consequences ", a- she assured, without giving more details.

"I did not enter into this omerta"

The interpreter of I love you also affirmed that she had, for her part, preferred to give up certain professional successes rather than to give in to the blackmail of this man: "For me, the consequence for who I am as a woman would have been much more serious than not being able to accomplish certain things (...) Today, I am able to tell myself that I did not enter this omerta , I did not accept it, I denounced it in front of the person himself ", she confided to ICI Radio-Canada, relieved that fear now changes sides . And to conclude: "My only power at that time, , was to say no."

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