Actress Corinne Masiero reveals to have been a victim of incest and testifies for the first time
Author: Clark Tos
Victim of incest when she was still only a child, Corinne Masiero delivered on this personal drama.
It's a testimony necessary !
In a documentary which will be broadcast on September 26 on France 3, actress Corinne Masiero recounts for the first time having been the victim of incest , at the age of 8. The attacker, one of his cousins 10 years older than him, having died there ' long time ».
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Corine Masiero reveals that she was a victim of incest during her childhood
Invited this Monday, September 19 on the airwaves of France Inter, the famous interpreter of 'Captain Marleau' explained the reasons for her participation in this film directed by journalist Andrea Rawlins, in which, in addition to the actress, six people (men and women) bear witness to the ordeal they have suffered.
« It's important to speak up (…) important to participate in projects and films like Andréa's because speaking is the spark that makes things happen afterwards “Explains the actress at the microphone of Sonia Devillers.
For a documentary, Corinne Masiero recounted for the first time the incest of which she was the victim: 'You should never force a victim to speak, but it allows people to lift a veil' #MagMa pic.twitter.com/bAJG4UpCH2— France Inter (@franceinter) September 19, 2022
Referring to the seven million people who claim to be victims of incest in France, Corinne Masiero recalls that “ it affects everyone directly or indirectly ».
« The only time there is class equality is over incest. It affects everyone equally, everywhere, the bourgeois, the proles… In all families, we are confronted with this. Why ? Because we see on TV, at school, people who have power. It's always white men doing what they want with others around. In the family, he is the patriarch. “, continues the actress.
And to conclude by considering that viewing this documentary is ' more than a duty ».
The message got through!Source : Radio France