The EELV deputy, who has stepped back from his position as national secretary of the environmentalist party, judges in an interview with “Le Monde” that Sandrine Rousseau, who revealed the affair, “has gone too far”.
“There is no Bayou case. There are no charges.” Julien Bayou counter-attacks. The deputy Europe Ecologie-Les Verts reacted on Tuesday, October 4 to the accusations of psychological violence against his ex-girlfriend in an interview with the World.
“There is no fact underlying the anathemas that I have been able to hear. A cell has self-seized following an e-mail sent to it. I am in the situation of someone an innocent of the facts of which he is not accused”, the chosen one justifies himself.
Julien Bayou judges that Sandrine Rousseau, who revealed the affair in the media, “went too far”. “Teveryone measures it. For me, we must not confuse feminism and McCarthyism (…). Many at EELV write to me to tell me that it has gone too far, but they dare not say so in public. It’s not an excess of feminism, it’s a diversion.”
The deputy resigned from the head of Europe Ecologie-Les Verts and withdrew from the co-presidency of the environmental group in the National Assembly, a few days after accusations of psychological violence against an ex-companion made by Sandrine Rousseau on a television set. The elected official disputes these accusations.
Source: France TV Info