Valerie Trierweiler , the former partner of François Hollande, was removed Saturday afternoon by police after a crowd “of curiosity “about it in the north of Paris, do we police said, confirming a report of” RTL “.
By the middle of the afternoon, in Château-Rouge , a “crowd of curiosity” was formed around the former First Lady, the source said.
The scene took place around 16 hours while Valérie Trierweiler was shopping in this popular area, with an African friend. “In the street, people wanted to be photographed with me. Atmosphere was very friendly but soon it turned into a real scramble,” confirmed to AFP the former first lady.
refuge in a shop
“A plainclothes policeman who was around then dragged me into a fabric store. Outside, people were chanting ‘Valerie, Valerie! ‘ The officer told me ‘you can not go out without being trampled. “So he called for reinforcements and police have placed me in a taxi nearby,” she says.
In the evening, she said on Twitter that the turmoil around it was not so terrible:
Valerie Trierweiler , a journalist for Paris Match, was the center of an intense controversy in recent weeks after the publication of his book about his relationship with the president, “Thank you for this moment.”