Maïwenn, director of Johnny Depp’s latest film, “Jeanne du Barry,” is facing a lawsuit by Edwi Plenel, the magazine’s editor-in-chief. mediapart magazine allegedly attacking him in a restaurant.
As I mentioned diverseThe complaint, filed on March 7, accuses Maïwenn of assaulting Plenel at the end of February while eating at a restaurant in Paris.
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According to the police complaint, Plennell was “traumatized” by the confrontation, during which Mawen allegedly came to his table and grabbed him by the hair before spitting in his face. She didn’t say anything and left the scene immediately after the confrontation.
Maïwenn’s latest film, starring Johnny Depp, premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. Although the complaint was filed a month ago, it was leaked on Friday, before the new film arrived in Cannes.
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diverse Information according to which Maïwenn was invited to attack the publisher on the basis of mediapartLatest reports about her ex-husband Luc Besson.
mediapart He recently published an allegation of sexual assault against Sand van Roy’s Belgian-Dutch actor, Luc Besson, which was eventually dropped.
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