Despite these terrible events in his personal life, Lucie Lucas has toned down his past, explaining : “Some people have experienced far worse things than me”. By breaking the silence on what happened to him, the heroine of Clem explained that they wanted to show that the path is still long for the women. “I wanted to say that the violence made to women are in my life for a long time, it has big improvement,” she said.
“A trauma, it is digested”
The actress, now a mother of three beautiful children, has also detailed the reasons that have pushed to reveal the rapes that she suffered at this time, and not before. “I was asked : ‘Why do you speak now ?’ A trauma, it is digested and it can take a whole life” she said, “it was the day against violence made to women, I couldn’t go to manifest and Adele (Haenel, editor’s note) had spoken. I said to myself : let’s try to move forward”. Now happy in his personal and professional life, the actress has assured to continue to “move forward”.
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