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Personal Life of Zemmour: Condemned here and in more detail

The magazines Here and Closer, which were sued by right-wing politician Eric Zemmour last year for invasion of privacy, were sentenced by the Nanterre court this week. Paris Match, on the other hand, won the case.

“The three disputes relate to the revelation of the sentimental relationship Eric Zemmour and his adviser Sarah Knafo had in the period leading up to or following his presidential campaign statement,” a court source told AFP.

According to the judgment consulted by AFP on Wednesday, the Reworld Media group, owner of Closer, is ordered to pay 3,000 euros to the former presidential candidate “under the right to respect for his private life” and “under the right to his image”. .

The group is also being asked to pay 8,000 euros to Mylène Chichportich, the wife of the leader of Reconquete. In a press release issued in October 2022, the former presidential candidate’s attorneys denounced “stolen photos” of the spouses released by Closer.

Prisma Media, owner of Here, is also ordered to pay Eric Zemmour €3,000 for the same reasons.

The magazine published photos and a text about the closeness between Eric Zemmour and Sarah Knafo in September 2022.

Referring to Paris Match, which had been commissioned with Eric Zemmour’s “very close advisor” for its September 2022 cover, the magazine mentioned Mylène Chichportich’s refusal to seek a divorce, which was interpreted by the court as falling under the Debate of “general interest” fell. The Lagardère News group is therefore not condemned.

Eric Zemmour’s lawyer, contacted by AFP, declined to comment on the decision.

This article was published automatically. Sources: ats/afp

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