Jean-Jacques Bourdin accused of sexual assault: “Finally”, Anne Nivat reacts to the dismissal of her husband

The Altice group, owner of the television channels and RMC and BFMTV announced this Friday, June 17 “to cease all collaboration” with Jean-Jacques Bourdin. His wife, Anne Nivat, recently spoke about it.

Jean-Jacques Bourdin will not reappear on RMC and BFMTV where he worked for 21 years. He had been suspended from the air since January due to the sexual assault investigation against him. Anne Nivat, his wife known for not having her tongue in her pocket, spoke for the first following the dismissal of her husband by the Altice group which owns BFM TV and RMC.

In this beautiful month of June, FINALLY good news!

In this beautiful month of June, FINALLY good news! When the truth has been restored, we are RELEASED and we are going to continue what we love with those who are worth it, without weighing down the others, it is only happiness. #livejournalism pic.twitter.com/ZZR9eLKK2m

— anne nivat (@AnneNivat) June 17, 2022

For her, “the truth has been restored”: “When the truth has been restored, when we are RELEASED and when we are going to continue what we love with those who are worth it, without weighing down the others, it is only happiness”.

On April 24, she had already pointed the finger at “those who badly dismissed you from your passion” to defend Jean-Jacques Bourdin, whose fate on the airwaves of RMC and BFMTV was not yet known.

Earlier, Jean-Jacques Bourdin had himself reacted to his dismissal on Twitter and said he was “happy to be released”.

21 years of success on #RMC #BFMTV #RMCD. We part, I’m so happy to be released, I’m leaving for new adventures and I’ll never forget those who accompanied me.. long live free and independent journalism!!

— Jean-Jacques Bourdin (@JJBourdin_RMC) June 17, 2022

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