Christophe’s widow, Véronique, spoke exclusively in Touche pas à mon poste on the weight that Michèle Torr has placed on her family since the death of the singer.
Died tragically from the consequences of Covid-19 on April 16, 2020, in the middle of the first confinement, the singer Christopher leaves a void in the hearts of his fans, and of French song, which he marked during nearly sixty years of career. During his long existence punctuated with friendships, encounters and collaborations, the interpreter of blue words knew several women, including Veronique Bevilacquawith whom he lived a long history from 1968 to 2000. Separated, the spouses – and parents – on good terms, had never divorced.
Invited on June 22 to speak in Do not touch My TV on the events that occurred on the sidelines of her husband’s death, Véronique confided her distress in the face of the attacks she would suffer from Michele Torr and his surroundings. The singer would have had an affair in 1967 with Christophe during a concert. The latter has been trying for several years to have her son, Romain, recognized, of whom the deceased artist would be the father. A case that the widow, who says she has received unwanted messages on social networks, no longer supports: “This story has been going on for more than fifty years“, she laments.
Véronique defends Christophe and charges Michèle Torr: “[…] you have to drop the case what”
Véronique Bevilacqua says she nevertheless understands Michèle Torr’s choice to have kept the child: “I completely understand, because it seems that this lady is very religious, that we are against abortion, I am all for it“, she admits, before adding, “At some point, you have to take your responsibilities, you make a choice, you assume it“.”You can’t prosecute someone for more than fifty years“, she gets annoyed again. After several lawsuits, the mother of the family accused by Michèle Torr of “to block“at the hatching of the truth, weary, concludes:”At some point I don’t know, you have to let go of the matter“. As for the relationship between the two women, the death of the singer did not help matters: “The day he died she was already at BFM“, recalls Véronique, who does not “will never forgive“This awkwardness to Michèle Torr.