Patrick Poivre d’Arvor accused of rapes: Jean-Pierre Pernaut denounces “deceptions lies”

Patrick Poivre d'Arvor accused of rapes: Jean-Pierre Pernaut denounces

Richard Berry, Gérard Depardieu and Patrick Poivre d’Arvor. PPDA saw his image ternie on February 18, when our Parisian colleagues announced that a preliminary investigation for rape had been opened by the Nanterre Prosecutor’s Office. Rapidly, Claire Chazal’s ex denied these accusations, advocating his innocence and ensuring that he himself wanted to take justice.

Today he has received great support, that of Jean-Pierre Pernaut. In particular, the journalist said he was “chosen” and found it “lamentable” that “this kind of case goes out in the press.” Jean-Pierre Pernaut then argues the presumption of innocence, which he believes is being violated.

His interlocutor Alain Marshall pointed out that rumours had been circulating for a long time about Patrick Poivre d’Arvor, who made him a sexual predator with whom he apparently would have better off for women not to find themselves alone. “So it’s a lie,” Jean-Pierre Pernaut immediately cut him off. And to explain: “I can tell you because Le Parisien quotes TF1 journalists who have not known this time, or almost not.

Jean-Pierre Pernaut is, however, ready to recognize that his former colleague was “someone who loved women and never hid his love for women”. “Patrick, his office was in the middle of the writing, if something had happened in this office we would have known (…) He is in life as he is in his books. I would like to know the list of people who testified because these testimonies are false,” he assured.