Was Cyril Hanouna called by Gabriel Attal to part with this columnist? The dangerous accusations!
Viewers will no longer be able to find it on TPMP for many months. In effect, Fabrice Di Vizio was sentenced by the council of the Paris Bar Association a six-month suspended ban on practicing and a five-year ban on reporting to order. His colleagues reproaching him in particular for remarks deemed vulgar, rude and outrageous, whether on social networks or on television.
Because for a few months now, Fabrice Di Vizio officiates from time to time in the daily newspaper of C8 to the delight of Cyril Hanouna. But his positions, sometimes extreme, and his words seem to have gone too far. A few hours after the announcement of the council of the Paris Bar Association, he took the floor on Twitter to denounce the sanction.
A call from Gabriel Attal to “fire” him from “TPMP”?
“Public enemy number 1, the Jacques Mesrine of the legal profession has received his conviction. And when for weeks, we insist on the laxity of justice, here is a perfect example”he lamented at first before continuing: “How, in view of the crimes committed by the lawyer that I am, could I have been sentenced only to a six-month suspended sentence? What could have gone through the head of this disciplinary council? “Order of lawyers had asked for six months including three months firm. That was a sentence. This disciplinary council went to disavow them by only condemning me with a suspended sentence”. This Thursday, November 3, it’s on the set of Morandini live that Fabrice Di Vizio was pushing a new rant.
This time, he attacked the Minister of Action and Public Accounts who allegedly “called” Cyril Hanouna to prohibit him from inviting her to the future on TPMP.“He called Cyril Hanouna to ask him not to invite me anymore. I’m sure of that: it was Cyril who said it on set, live. It gives an image of freedom of expression!”he accused at first, without providing any proof of what he was saying, before adding, still very upset: “Why is Gabriel Attal calling Cyril Hanouna to ask him not to invite me anymore? Do we do that in a normal democracy? It should have been on the front page of all the sets. He thinks I’m dangerous? For whom? For him? It’s up to the minister to decide if I’m dangerous or not? For that, he doesn’t use the law, but a phone call”. There is no doubt that the subject will be mentioned this Thursday evening in the daily newspaper of C8 and that Cyril Hanouna will shed light on this affair.
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