PPDA: who is his daughter Morgane Poivre d'Arvor, who took his defense? : Current Woman The MAG

In the name of the Father. A month after the terrible revelations of Florence Porcel who accuse her father Patrick Poivre d'Arvor rape and sexual assault on several occasions, Morgane Poivre d'Arvor, came out of the silence to defend herself. In an article published in The world dated March 15, 2021, the daughter of the former presenter of 20H TF1, through an email addressed to the newspaper, wished to provide her testimony: "No member of my family has ever witnessed any act of violence or displacement. " She also adds that she attended, when she was a child, "Extremely shocking scenes. Some women were sleeping on our doorsteps, others were singing under our windows or having fun scaring us. (…) Some of them continue to harass me and my sister to get them to meet him. "

The last of the Poivre d'Arvor siblings

A flawless defense of a daughter for her father. Morgane Poivre d'Arvor was born in 1981. She is the last of the siblings of the children of Patrick Poivre d'Arvor and Véronique Courcoux. She works as a lawyer at the Paris Bar. His first name is inspired by the fairy Morgane, a character from the Knights of the Round Table, a legend dear to the heart of Patrick Poivre d'Arvor who has a passion for Brittany. Very far from the media world, we just know that in 2004, Morgane Poivre d'Arvor tried to make a foray into the political realm. She was in second position of "West at heart", a dissenting list in the West for the European elections, that of UMP deputy Michel Hunault.

Standing up for her father, which is evident in her profession as a lawyer. But also, as if he had had the intuition, a wish of Patrick Poivre d'Arvor. In his book "The women of my life", released in 1988, the 73-year-old journalist dedicated a chapter to his daughter Morgane. The one in which he evokes the actress Greta Garbo. While addressing the actress, in an imaginary letter, he makes a few allusions to it. to his daughter who was then only six years old: "I wish you'd look like the lady I'm talking about someday. You have forces in your eyes that resemble him."While in this chapter, he evokes a moment when Greta Garbo, during her childhood, had defended her father, the ex-companion of Claire Chazal writes an almost premonitory sentence:"I hope, my love, that you will one day be able to defend me as she did for the author of her days. "Words that have come true today.

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