Actress Annabelle Lengronne victim of racist attack in Dax

The actressGears and of H24 was returning home Monday evening when a man uttered racist insults, evoking Eric Zemmour. His lawyer announces that he has filed a complaint.

Actress Annabelle Lengronne was the victim of a racist attack on the night of Monday 27 to Tuesday 28 December, in the streets of Dax. As told by France Bleu Gascogne, the actress had decided to go home after an evening with friends, around 3:30. One of the guests, whom she did not know before this evening, offers to bring her home and is very insistent. She refuses and the situation escalates. The man begins to insult him; she begins to film the scene, while he utters racist insults. “Zemmour, he looks at you, he brings you back to your country. I don’t like blacks and Arabs, come back to your dirty country», Launches the man in the video, posted on the Facebook account of the young woman.

The actress’ lawyer, Hosni Maati, explains that he lodged a complaint on Tuesday with the Dax police station for “racial abuse and sexist contempt“. He specifies that his client, “Very shocked”, refuses to speak publicly, and now waits “Let justice be done”. According to him, Annabelle Lengronne was heard by investigators on Wednesday afternoon and the identification of her attacker could not pose any problems.

Pre-nomination for the Césars

Aged 34, Annabelle Lengronne grew up in Martinique. She moved to Paris when she was 18, to try a career as an actress. She starred in a few short films and plays, before landing her first film role in The Straight Line by Régis Wargnier, released in 2011. She stood out the following year in the successful film The Kaira by Franck Gastambide.

Since she has chained the roles on television – Gears, Do not do this, do not do that, Columbine – and roles in cinema, especially in Girls of Joy by Frédéric Fonteyne and Alice Paulicevich, and Men on the verge of a nervous breakdown by Audrey Dana. In 2016, his role in The dream Team by Magaly Richard-Serrano earned her a pre-nomination for the Césars for best female hope. This year she appeared in two feature films, A little brother by Léonord Séraille and Zero by Jean-Luc Herbulot.

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