Invited for the first time in Touche pas à mon poste, Laurent, the owner of a squat house whose story toured France, lied to historians Cyril Hanoun. He came back to explain himself at C8 on Monday, June 13.
This story that has moved the media for days is officially over. Remember, it all started with a video of a Parisian we can see through A couple said they had just bought a house but the squatters prevented them from getting their property back. Many French people were moved by this testimony, expressing their discontent on social networks, with many media and political class even adopting the case.
However, behind this unfortunate fate was hidden a pot of roses. Very quickly, the specialists looked into the matter and discovered it The purchase price of this house was really below the market price. After some research, it was established – in particular after a video of the real estate agent – that Laurent and his young family never had the keys to their house, because the deed of sale stated that the house was squatted, hence its dim price.
Raymond Abbo: I tell myself I was taken for a doll
I was invited for the first time on the plateau of Tosh, not in my position by a step, Laurent confirmed that he was never told that a family was squatting in his house every day. After his stint on Cyril Hanouneh’s show, the opposite was proven. Coming back to explaining himself again on the C8 set, Laurent was warmly welcomed, especially by Raymond Abo, angry at feeling biased.
“I’m where I blame you, Laurent, and I’ll speak to you frankly, because you didn’t tell us you didn’t have the keys when you came. And you knew there were squatters.” We and France all sympathize with you and your fiancée. You took us all as idiots, that has to be said frankly. I tell myself I was taken for a doll!“, He criticized the historian angrily. But the story ends: Laurent got home.
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