Ingrid Chauvin et l’adoption : ce qu’elle a exigé pour le bébé

Ce n’est plus secret : pour Ingrid Chauvin, l’adoption d’un enfant relève de la course contre la montre et le temps joue en sa défaveur. La star de Demain nous appartient perdra son agrément en novembre prochain et risque fort de ne pas donner à son fils Tom un frère ou une soeur. Ce qui la met hors d’elle.

La star de 45 ans s’est exprimée longuement dans les pages du magazine Gala au sujet de son combat pour l’adoption, qui donne lieu à un documentaire diffusé sur TF1 le 10 juin à 23h10. “Si la popularité permet de faire bouger les lignes, c’est une chance. Je la saisis. Comme un porte-voix. Si je ne peux pas adopter, je l’accepterai, mais je n’arrêterai pas de vouloir sauver les enfants. J’attends une loi nationale concernant l’adoption pour rendre l’adoptabilité aux plus jeunes, parce que, plus on tarde pour adopter un enfant, plus le traumatisme s’installe“, clame-t-elle.

Ingrid Chauvin, qui a donné naissance à Tom en juin 2016 après avoir été marquée par la mort de sa fille Jade survenue en 2014, a ouvert son dossier d’adoption il y a plusieurs années et celui-ci avait été brièvement mis en pause au moment de la venue au monde de son petit garçon. Depuis, la procédure est relancée et la star admet avoir indiqué un seul critère de refus. “On a juste demandé qu’il ne soit pas malade. Avec ce que nous avons vécu, c’est compréhensible. Je suis devenue phobique des hôpitaux“, explique-t-elle. Effectivement, on comprend que l’actrice n’ait pas envie de revivre l’angoisse procurée par la malformation cardiaque de sa regrettée petite fille.

Admettant avoir “un sentiment de frustration“, l’épouse du réalisateur Thierry Peythieu espère bien que sa prise de parole fera bouger la manière dont se passent les procédures d’adoption en France, car “tout se décide au niveau départemental“. Et de rappeler des chiffres alarmants : “Il y a 13 000 parents qui ont l’agrément, et seulement 1200 enfants qui sont adoptés chaque année.

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L’interview intégrale d’Ingrid Chauvin est à retrouver dans Gala, dans les kiosques le 6 juin 2019.

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A decade of dismay: Ranking Guardiola’s CL nightmares

Pep Guardiola still has not won the Champions League since 2011. He’s spent much of the decade since reinventing glorious ways of being knocked out and the City boss came up with a new on Saturday…


Rafa Benitez once wrote a book called Champions League Dreams. For Liverpool, the trophy has always been an adventure. For Pep, it has been a decade of dismay since lifting it in 2011.

The Catalan had the opportunity to exorcise some demons but his surprising team selection backfired and instead of Manchester City winning their first European Cup, Thomas Tuchel took home Chelsea’s second.

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It was an apt way to round off a decade of misery in the Champions League. Their defeat in Porto surely ranks as Pep’s most painful.


9) 2016 semi-final: Bayern 2 Atletico Madrid 2
Trailing Atletico by a solitary goal from the first leg, Pep’s troops went for the jugular at home in his final season in charge. In 2020, Liverpool reined in 34 shots against Diego Simeone’s team and were denied by poor finishing and Jan Oblak. Ditto Munich in 2016 as they had 33 efforts, 11 of which were on target. Oblak even saved a penalty from Thomas Muller, who was back in the team after Guardiola had been pilloried for leaving him out in Madrid.

Somehow, Atletico stayed in the tie like the grizzled warriors that they are. They had not even managed a single touch in the Bayern penalty area until Antoine Griezmann fired in from the edge of the box after 51 minutes. That turned out to be the crucial away goal.

Pep said: “I’ve been happy here and the goal was to reach the Champions League Final. We’ve tried everything. It’s up to the Press to say how my team here was.” Reaching a Champions League semi-final with City would be a start.

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8) 2014 semi-final: Bayern 0 Real Madrid 5
Well, that didn’t go to plan. Guardiola’s first tilt at the Champions League with Munich was under extra scrutiny given that they were the holders. He had delivered the Bundesliga in record time but this catastrophe overshadowed the expected domestic bliss. According to his former assistant Domenec Torrent, there was discontent in the camp before the second leg

“Pep’s idea would have been a more wait-and-see tactic, but essential players wanted to act more urgently, more stormily,” Torrent told German mag Kicker. Ah. Caution. Yes. The Pep watchword. In actual fact, Munich were blown apart 4-0 at the Allianz Arena.


7) 2017 last 16: Manchester City 6 Monaco 6
Pep was new in town and saw what he had to fix over the course of this damning but thrilling last-16 tie. A backline that consisted of Willy Caballero, big-money signing John Stones and Nicolas Otamendi were not enough to quell Kylian Mbappe, Radamel Falcao and Fabinho over two legs. City won a manic first leg by two, despite looking like a team that was leaking from the cockpit to the fuselage. In the second leg, the 18-year-old Mbappe ran amok as did one Benjamin Mendy. If you can’t beat them

And City didn’t, losing the crucial third goal when they were just 13 minutes away from qualification. Yaya Toure watched from the bench as Fernandinho struggled in the middle of the park against the quickfire French. Yet another tactical mistake?


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6) 2019 quarter-final: Manchester City 4 Tottenham 4
Kevin de Bruyne and Leroy Sane came on in the 89th minute of the first leg, which got away from City after Sergio Aguero missed a penalty and Son Heung-min’s shot squirmed under Ederson. This cautious approach was not reflected in the second leg which saw a barrage of five goals in the first 21 minutes. Even without the injured Harry Kane, Tottenham got in behind their opponents far too easily, making criminal errors that led to Son’s double.

Despite an Aguero strike to make it 4-2 on the night, Fernando Llorente unsettled City to score the crucial seventh goal on the night. When Raheem Sterling appeared to win it in injury time, Guardiola jumped up in total delirium only to slowly realise that VAR would show that Sergio Aguero’s assist began from an offside position. Pep’s slump to the floor said more than enough about the agony he felt.

“It’s tough. It’s cruel but we have to accept it.”


5) 2015 semi-final: Bayern Munich 3 Barcelona 5
Guardiola’s return to the Nou Camp could not have been uglier as his German side were destroyed by Lionel Messi and company in the final 13 minutes of the tie.

Before the match, Pep said: “There is not a system or coach to stop talent of Messi’s magnitude.”

So when the former Barca boss started with a back three of Rafinha, Boateng and Medhi Benatia, Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez were already salivating. However, Guardiola ditched the system and the visitors coped pretty well to an extent. But they were undone as Manuel Neuer was beaten at his near post by the number 10 who then dinked in an absolute beauty. Neymar mortally wounded Munich in injury time.

The second leg was Mission Impossible against a Barcelona who were more of a rampant animal with the flying arrows of MNS.


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4) 2020 quarter-final: Manchester City 1 Lyon 3
Despite the ravages of Covid, the Blues were enjoying their time after successfully overturning a two-year ban in European competitions, while finally beaten a heavyweight in the knockout rounds when they finished off 13-time winners Real Madrid in the last 16 at an empty Etihad. The one-leg format of the last eight was played in Lisbon and Lyon, seventh in the French league, awaited.

Centre-back Marcelo said: “Football is incredible, sometimes incomprehensible things happen. In Lisbon, without the supporters, on neutral ground, anything can happen. It’s 50-50.”

What the Brazilian couldn’t predict was Guardiola mixing up the team again, choosing a three man central defence against Lyon’s quick young team, leaving the two Silvas and Riyad Mahrez on the bench. It didn’t work in an awful first half that saw Maxwell Cornet score. Kevin De Bruyne restored parity as City rose up after the break, but then Moussa Dembele grabbed a controversial second and benefited from an Ederson howler for the third after Raheem Sterling somehow missed a sitter.

De Bruyne summed it up perfectly: “Different year, same stuff.”


3) 2018 quarter-final: Manchester City 1 Liverpool 5
The fear had already started in a Merseyside dressing room, although it was at Goodison not Anfield. Before City’s 3-1 win over Everton in the league, Pep Guardiola was obsessing about Liverpool’s forward line as his side prepared to face them in midweek. “The forwards for Liverpool are good. Those three up front. They scare me. They are dangerous,” he told his colleagues. “Pep, it is only them,” the City manager was told by his performance analyst, Carles Planchart.

Pep’s worries transmitted and traumatised the team because it was “only them” that did the damage. Sadio Mane and Mo Salah scored in the 3-0 blitz at Anfield that followed while Salah and Roberto Firmino got the goals in the return leg victory at the Etihad.


2) 2012 semi-final: Barcelona 2 Chelsea 3
This is where the curse began. Having sneaked past Chelsea due to an injury-time Andres Iniesta goal in a deeply controversial 2009 semi-final, this was double payback time.

Barca had lost to a Didier Drogba goal in London, but they unleashed all fury on the Blues at the Nou Camp. Iniesta and Sergio Busquets put them 2-0 up either side of John Terry’s dismissal for violent conduct. Surely, that was that. The captain wasn’t even going to go down with the ship.

Not so. Ramires scored a beaut by chipping Victor Valdes just before half-time to put a spanner in the Spanish Armada. Even so, Barcelona would swamp them after the break as Lionel Messi crashed a penalty against the bar and then struck the post. Such was the madness that Fernando Torres put away his misfit status and coolly rounded off the night with a breakaway goal to seal Chelsea’s party pooper status in Munich for the final.


1) 2021 final: Manchester City 0-1 Chelsea
Pep saved the worst for last. After playing with at least one of Fernandinho or Rodri in 58 of City’s 59 games this season, Guardiola opted for Ilkay Gundogan in a deeper role. It did not work.


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Remembering seven European finals in half a century for Chelsea…

Chelsea beat Manchester City in Saturday’s Champions League final to take their record to six wins in seven major European finals.

The PA news agency remembers the Blues’ past European showpiece appearances.


1971 Cup Winners’ Cup: Chelsea 2 Real Madrid 1 (replay)
Chelsea’s 1970 FA Cup winners went on to European glory the following year, battling all the way to a stunning victory over giants Real Madrid – but only after two bites at the cherry. In the first meeting, Peter Osgood put the Blues into a second-half lead that they almost held, only for Ignacio Zoco to level the scores on the stroke of full-time. Extra time came and went without score, leading to a replay. So two days later the teams slugged it out again in Piraeus, with John Dempsey and Osgood striking twice in six first-half minutes to put the Blues in control. Sebastian Fleitas clawed a goal back for Real, but this time Chelsea held out.


1998 Cup Winners’ Cup: Chelsea 1-0 Stuttgart
Super sub Gianfranco Zola climbed off the bench and rifled home with almost his first touch to seal Chelsea’s second European crown. Gianluca Vialli replaced Ruud Gullit as Blues boss midway through the campaign, and the Italian steered the Stamford Bridge men all the way courtesy of his compatriot Zola’s fine finish.


2008 Champions League final: Manchester United 1-1 AET Chelsea 1 – United won 6-5 on penalties
After a season of great promise, Chelsea wound up empty handed in the toughest fashion. Losing the League Cup final to rivals Tottenham stung, before United twisted the knife by pipping the Blues to the Premier League title by just two points. Avram Grant’s men had everything on the line in Moscow against United, but that revenge mission ultimately fell flat. Cristiano Ronaldo put the Red Devils ahead, before Frank Lampard levelled. But John Terry and Nicolas Anelka fluffed their lines in the shootout to hand United the trophy.

16 Champions League final conclusions: Man City 0-1 Chelsea


2012 Champions League final: Bayern Munich 1-1 AET Chelsea 1 – Chelsea won 4-3 on penalties
Roman Abramovich’s ultimate mission on buying Chelsea was to conquer Europe. The 2008 final defeat would always stick in the craw until the Champions League was in the bag. But the Blues had to do it the hard way by taking on Bayern in their own back yard. Thomas Muller put the hosts ahead in the closing stages, only for Didier Drogba to head home an equaliser. Drogba was left to swipe the silverware by firing in the winning penalty and sparking jubilant celebrations.


2013 Europa League: Benfica 1-2 Chelsea 
Rafael Benitez ensured his interim tenure ended on a high as the Blues inched past Benfica thanks to Branislav Ivanovic’s stoppage-time winner. Fernando Torres had put Chelsea ahead on the hour and seemingly into control, only for Oscar Cardozo to level from the penalty spot soon after. Ivanovic popped up right at the last to steal the glory however, putting a positive seal on another season of upheaval.


2019 Europa League: Chelsea 4-1 Arsenal 
Eden Hazard waved goodbye to Chelsea in stunning style, with a two-goal salvo to sink London rivals Arsenal in Baku. A cagey first half gave way to a Hazard masterclass after the interval, with the Belgium playmaker showing exactly why Real Madrid would pay north of £150million later that summer to prise him away from Stamford Bridge. Olivier Giroud netted against his old club with Pedro on target too, with Alex Iwobi’s effort merely a consolation for the gutted Gunners.


2021 Champions League: Man City 0-1 Chelsea
Chelsea were underdogs in Porto but Thomas Tuchel got the better of Pep Guardiola for the third time in six weeks to lift Chelsea’s second European Cup.

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Mason Mount declares Chelsea ‘the best team in the world’

Mason Mount claimed Chelsea could now call themselves the best team in the world following their Champions League final win against Manchester City.

England midfielder Mount’s excellent through-ball set up Kai Havertz for the game’s only goal in the first half at the Estadio do Dragao in Porto.

Chelsea had beaten newly-crowned Spanish champions Atletico Madrid, Porto and Real Madrid in the knockout stages en-route to the final.

Mount, the Chelsea fan who came through the club’s academy, told BT Sport: “I’ve dreamt as a kid of going all the way, making a final and winning it. That’s what this cup’s all about.

“I’ve been there as a kid, now to go all the way in the Champions League, through some tough games – we’ve played some top teams – and now we’re in a final and we’ve won, it’s such a special occasion.

“At this moment in time, we’re the best team in the world and you can’t take that away from us.”

Chelsea secured their fourth win of the season against City, including last month’s FA Cup semi-final, but Mount saluted Pep Guardiola’s side.

16 Champions League final conclusions: Man City 0-1 Chelsea

“City – what a team they are,” he said. “They’re very hard to prepare for. You don’t know what you’re going to get. They have top, top players and it’s such a tough game.

“They gave it everything, just like us. My celebrations after the game were cut short because I went over to them. I know what they’ve given.

“They deserved to be here because of what they’ve done this season.”

Match-winner Havertz has endured a tough transition to the Premier League after joining Chelsea in a club-record £72million deal last summer.

Asked if the winning goal had paid back the transfer fee on its own, the German told BT Sport: “To be honest, right now, I don’t give a f***. I’ve won the Champions League!”

Chelsea wing-back Ben Chilwell, another outstanding performer for Thomas Tuchel’s side, described victory as a dream come true.

“We fought so hard,” he told BT Sport. “We knew it was going to be tough and in the second half we fought for our lives.

“We’d pictured this moment, this feeling, and it’s just amazing. It’s what I came to Chelsea for. It’s a dream come true.

“We got tired as the game went on but when the Champions League is up for grabs, that doesn’t really matter.”

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Brentford 2-0 Swansea: Bees secure promotion to the Prem

Brentford made it 10th time lucky as they beat Swansea 2-0 in the Championship play-off final to reach the Premier League for the first time.

Goals from Ivan Toney and Emiliano Marcondes saw the Bees finally break their play-off hoodoo after all nine of their previous attempts had ended in failure.

It was swift redemption for Thomas Frank’s side, back at Wembley Stadium just nine months after losing to Fulham in last season’s delayed final.

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There was to be no repeat of that heartbreak for the Bees, who in securing promotion will become the 50th different club to play in the Premier League.

They also ended the so-called curse of the red and white stripes, which has seen teams in Brentford’s colours feature in 33 play-off campaigns without achieving promotion. Lincoln, playing Blackpool in Sunday’s League One final, will surely have taken note.

It was somehow fitting that Brentford put paid to those statistical anomalies, given how their success is underpinned by a data-driven recruitment policy, and now the west London number-crunchers can factor an extra £160million or so into the kitty.

It was also fitting that Toney, who has flourished after being brought in at the start of the season to fill the void left by the sale of star players Ollie Watkins and Said Benrahma, was the man to open the scoring.

Just 10 minutes had elapsed when Bryan Mbeumo darted between two defenders to reach a through ball from Sergi Canos and was wiped out by Swans goalkeeper Freddie Woodman.

Toney had not missed a penalty all season and he was not about to start now, the prolific striker slotting his 33rd goal of the season into the bottom corner.

It was the start Swansea, so tight at the back but not exactly prolific in attack, would have dreaded – and things quickly got worse.

When Andre Ayew was dispossessed in the Brentford penalty area in the 20th minute Mbeumo was able to race upfield unchallenged.

Assistance arrived in the overlapping Mads Roerslev, who lifted the ball across goal for Marcondes to slam home first time.

Swansea were reeling and their noisy band of 5,000 supporters, among a restricted crowd of 11,689, were almost silenced when Toney chested the ball down before seeing his volley hit the underside of the crossbar.

Ayew looped a header onto the bar before half-time and then glanced another inches wide at the start of the second half as Swansea looked for a way back.

But their chances all-but ended in the 65th minute when Jay Fulton was shown a straight red card for an ugly-looking, but clumsy, lunge on Mathias Jensen.

It was a sad end to a fine campaign for Swansea and their manager Steve Cooper as they succumbed to Brentford in the play-offs for the second successive season, having lost last year’s semi-final.

But for Frank – the first Danish manager to win a promotion in England – and his forward-thinking club, the top flight beckons for the first time since 1947 and their new Community Stadium, empty for the majority of its maiden season, will be abuzz with Premier League football in August.

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Laura Tenoudji en robe d’été avec Christian Estrosi pour un festival niçois

Il y a quelques semaines encore, en robe du soir et smoking, Laura Tenoudji et Christian Estrosi montaient les marches du Festival de Cannes. De retour à Paris, la journaliste a fait escale en solo au tournoi de Roland-Garros. Vendredi 31 mai 2019, elle retrouvait son époux pour l’inauguration d’un festival niçois, sous des températures estivales.

Celle qui tient une chronique dans l’émission Télématin sur France 2 portait une très jolie robe jaune poussin pour accompagner son mari à l’inauguration du Festival du livre de Nice, qui se tient du 31 mai au 2 juin. Pour ouvrir le festival, le couple, parent d’une petite Bianca âgée d’un an et demi, était accompagnée de l’ancienne animatrice Denise Fabre, très engagée auprès de Christian Estrosi depuis plus de dix ans. Elle est la dixième adjointe au maire, chargée de l’événementiel et de la promotion de l’image de la ville. La délégation niçoise a été rejointe par Eric Ciotti, député des Alpes-Maritines, ainsi que par Bernard Gonzales, nouveau préfet du département.

À leur côté, l’équipe du festival : son président, le cinéaste Jean-Jacques Annaud, et son directeur artistique, le journaliste Franz-Olivier Giesbert. Sur scène, Eric Ciotti, Christian Estrosi et le réalisateur de L’Amant se sont succédé. Laura Tenoudji est également montée sur l’estrade quand l’auteur Daniel Picouly s’est vu remettre le convoité Prix Nice Baie des Anges pour son livre Quatre-vingt-dix secondes (Albin Michel). C’est un prix littéraire décerné par un jury présidé par Franz-Oliver Gielbert et auquel le public azuréen amateur de lecture et de littérature est associé.

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Cette première journée proposait une rencontre avec Jean-Jacques Annaud autour de son livre Une vie pour le cinéma (Grasset), mais aussi des débats (avec Christine Angot, par exemple), une lecture en compagnie de Josiane Balasko et bien sûr de nombreuses séances de dédicaces. Les niçois ont pu rencontrer Michel Onfray, David Foenkios ou encore Didier van Cawelaert, lui-même lauréat du Prix Baie des Anges pour Le père adopté en 2007.

Karen Khachanov bientôt papa : sa femme dévoile sa grossesse à Roland-Garros !

Karen Khachanov a vécu un beau moment de sport à Roland-Garros le 3 juin 2019. Onzième joueur mondial, le jeune Russe de 23 ans a surclassé l’Argentin de 30 ans Juan Martín del Potro, 9e joueur mondial en huitièmes de finale. Karen Khachanov s’est imposé en quatre sets, décrochant un face-à-face contre l’Autrichien Dominic Thiem, compagnon de la Française Kristina Mladenovic, pour les quarts de finale. Le Russe n’en est pas à sa première performance parisienne puisqu’il a remporté le Rolex Paris Masters, à l’AccorHotels Arena, en novembre dernier en battant le Serbe et numéro un mondial Novak Djokovic.

À l’issue de son huitième de finale victorieux, Karen Khachanov a accordé une interview à Fabrice Santoro. L’ancien tennisman devenu consultant sportif pour France Télévisions a sauté sur l’occasion pour officialiser une heureuse nouvelle qui n’a échappé à personne : Karen Khachanov va prochainement devenir papa pour la première fois.

Le Russe a en effet pu compter sur le soutien de son clan lors de son match, notamment de son épouse Veronika Shkliaeva. Vêtue d’une robe blanche, la jeune femme arborait un ventre arrondi synonyme de grossesse et de bonheur. Lors de son intervention sur le court, Karen Khachanov a tenu à adresser quelques mots à son épouse, très émue après sa victoire. “Merci de me soutenir tout le temps”, a-t-il déclaré. “Nous attendons un bébé“, a-t-il confirmé, recueillant une ovation du public.

Sur un nuage après sa victoire contre Juan Martín del Potro, le jeune joueur a tenu à immortaliser sur Instagram ce moment si particulier. “Un jour dont il faut se souvenir. Quelle ambiance ce soir ! Paris je t’aime“, a-t-il commenté.

A day to remember What an atmosphere was out there tonight! Paris je t’aime @rolandgarros #RG19 #QF #TeamKK

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Rachida Dati visée par une enquête : Elle répond et contre-attaque

Carlos Ghosn, ancien PDG de Renault-Nissan, est toujours assigné à résidence au Japon. L’homme d’affaires est notamment soupçonné d’abus de bien sociaux. C’est dans ce contexte que le Parquet national financier ouvre une enquête le 31 mai 2019 “après une plainte visant l’ancienne garde des Sceaux Rachida Dati et le criminologue Alain Bauer pour des contrats avec RNBV, filiale néerlandaise de l’alliance Renault-Nissan“, écrit Le Figaro. Cette plainte a été déposée par une actionnaire de Renault le 17 avril pour “corruption de membres de l’Union européenne“, “abus de bien sociaux” et “corruption active et passive“, a précisé l’avocat de la plaignante, Me Jean-Paul Baduel, auprès de l’agence Reuters. Elle vise les deux personnes citées plus haut mais aussi les époux Carlos et Carole Ghosn.

Rachida Dati, députée européenne et maire du 7e arrondissement, a souhaité répondre à ces soupçons dans un communiqué de ses avocats, Mes Hervé Lehman et Olivier Pardo. Ces derniers écrivent avoir “pris connaissance de la campagne de presse calomnieuse menée par l’avocat d’un actionnaire anonyme de Renault diffusant à l’envie des propos diffamatoires constituant de fausses informations dans le seul objectif de déstabiliser Madame Rachida Dati qui a annoncé sa candidature à la Mairie de Paris alors que, ainsi qu’elle l’a indiqué à de multiples reprises, elle est intervenue en qualité d’avocat au terme d’une convention qui respectait toutes les obligations posées par l’Ordre des avocats du Barreau de Paris, ce qui est aujourd’hui confirmé“.

La figure de droite entend répondre par voie judiciaire à ces accusations : “Dans ces conditions, Madame Rachida Dati diligente une plainte pour dénonciation calomnieuse à l’encontre de la personne mystérieuse qui a déposé une plainte mensongère, fait délivrer une citation directe en diffamation à l’encontre de l’avocat de cette personne, Me Jean-Paul Baduel et remettra aujourd’hui au Parquet national financier les pièces confirmant la parfaite légalité de son intervention. Madame Rachida Dati fait en outre toutes réserves sur la recevabilité et le bien-fondé de cette plainte ce d’autant que la direction de Renault et de l’Alliance avaient une connaissance parfaite de sa mission d’avocat dès 2010. Rien n’a été caché et tout a été déclaré aux autorités publiques françaises et néerlandaises. En aucun cas, Madame Rachida Dati, ancienne Garde des Sceaux, magistrate en disponibilité et avocate, ne se laissera faire par cette campagne de dénigrement et de déstabilisation dont nul n’est dupe.” Affaire à suivre…

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Peter Max en deuil : Son épouse Mary s’est suicidée

Selon les informations du New York Post, Mary Max, célèbre épouse de l’artiste psychédélique Peter Max, se serait donné la mort durant le week-end du 8 au 9 juin 2019. Elle aurait été retrouvée dans son appartement de l’Upper West Side, à New York, dimanche soir. Âgée de 52 ans, elle serait probablement décédée d’une “asphyxie au nitrogène” (azote), selon une source policière citée par nos confrères américains.

Son mari, âgé de 81 ans, est atteint de “démence avancée“. Mary Max était au milieu d’une épineuse affaire judiciaire avec la famille de son époux au sujet de l’héritage de ses oeuvres d’art. En 2015, le beau-fils de l’artiste accusait Mary d’avoir tenté d’assassiner son mari afin de prendre le contrôle de sa collection estimée à plusieurs millions de dollars. En réponse, elle avait accusé le beau-fils, qui a trois ans de moins qu’elle, d’avoir volé les oeuvres à 4,4 millions de dollars que son mari lui léguait dans le contrat prénuptial. Un juge avait finalement ordonné que Peter soit placé sous la responsabilité de Mary Max et il avait désigné un tuteur pour gérer ses affaires professionnelles et personnelles. Mais l’affaire était loin d’être close, en particulier concernant l’héritage de l’artiste.

Peter Max a connu sa grande époque dans les années 1960, avec ses peintures pop et psychédéliques. Il avait épousé Mary dans les années 1990. En vieillissant, Peter a gardé une activité d’artiste prolifique, notamment en peignant des célébrités, des politiciens et des athlètes. Il a également fait les artworks officiels de la Coupe du monde de football en 1994, les Grammy Awards, le Super Bowl ou encore, ceux du Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

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Liverpool told to complete Raphinha deal by former player

Former Liverpool defender Jose Enrique has urged the Reds to sign Leeds United winger Raphinha.

The 24-year-old has become a Premier League star since his £17million move from Rennes in October.

In his first season in England, he scored six goals and assisted nine more in 30 league appearances.

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He was one of Leeds‘ best players on their return to the top flight. Alongside the likes of Patrick Bamford and Stuart Dallas, he helped the Whites to finish ninth.

Due to his impressive campaign, Raphinha has been heavily linked with a Liverpool move.

It’s thought that he would do a good job at replacing Mo Salah, should the Egyptian secure a transfer to Spain.

Raphinha was recently asked about the transfer speculation, to which he said it was ‘difficult to define’ how he felt about such links.

The player also revealed that Liverpool star Roberto Firmino was the first player to congratulate him about his move to Leeds.

Reacting to those comments, Enrique said: “Hopefully we can sign him, it will be a great addition for our squad.”

The Spaniard also suggested Liverpool should pursue Erling Haaland or Kylian Mbappe, although he called Raphinha a more ‘affordable’ option.

Raphinha is already adored by everyone at Leeds, so it would take a huge bid to prize him away from Elland Road.

The player is yet to appear for Brazil, but his performances in 2020/21 suggest he could soon get a call-up.

One of Raphinha’s finest games came in the 2-1 victory over Newcastle in January.

He opened the scoring in the first half with a nice left-footed finish, after being set up by Rodrigo.

The winger then chipped the ball into the path of Jack Harrison, who hit a brilliant half-volley to win all three points for Leeds.

Raphinha missed three games in April after limping off in the 2-1 win at Manchester City.

That didn’t end his form, however, as he registered three assists in the final four matches once returning to the side.

Another top season in the Premier League could see Liverpool fulfil Enrique’s wishes and bid for the Leeds star.

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