Michel Zecler evokes the police officers who approach him in the street since his assault: Femme Actuelle The MAG


The video of incredible violence had made the rounds of social networks. On November 21, 2020, Michel Zecler was beaten up by two policemen in the 17th arrondissement of Paris, filmed by CCTV cameras whose images had been unveiled by Loopsider. More than three months after this attack which revived the debate on police violence, the producer's emotion remains palpable. Tuesday February 23, 2021, he was invited on the set of Do not touch My TV, sure C8. On this occasion, the man who is notably known for having co-produced the "The Golden Age of French Rap" tour, spoke about his daily life which is far from obvious. He notably revealed that some police officers recognize him in the street. "Even with the mask", he clarified, although he "try to camouflage yourself". When agents approach him, they often ask him: "Is it you ?", he revealed before adding: "After, a small discussion begins".

When Michel Zecler crosses the road of police officers, several emotions are mixed. "Are you afraid when they approach you now?", Cyril Hanouna asked him. And him to answer: “There's something going on though. It's really inside your body. You feel a little pressure a little thing which is not normal after all. " To protect himself, he "prefers to stay in areas where there are cameras", he confided.

"I am being followed"

In an attempt to rebuild himself, Michel Zecler explained that he "[got] help". "The body recovered faster than the head?", the talk show host asked him. And him to confirm: "I believe. It's always complicated but we make it go well. " Since his assault, Michel Zecler's nights are not very restful : "You can tell I'm tired? I'm having a little trouble ", did he declare. And to conclude: "That's why I am being followed. I understood that on my own it could be complicated, I think I need it. This is not obvious. I try to fight against it, but on my own it's really difficult. It does me a lot of good to be able to let it all go. "

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