The waltz of the denunciations for sexual misconduct affecting the cultural community continues. This time, it is the turn of comedian and actor Gabriel D’almeida Freitas (Matthias and Maxime) and comedian Brandon St-Jacques Turpin (The break) to be dropped by the Agency Launière.
In a message on social networks, the Agency Launière announced that it had terminated its professional relationship with the two artists covered by the claims.
“Our company is greatly in need of introspection and change; the courage of those who report will make a real difference,” wrote the agency.
After By Morin, David Desrosiers (Simple Plan), Yann Perreau, Alex Nevsky, Bernard Adamus, Maybe Watson (Alaclair Ensemble) and Kevin Parent, it is the turn of two actors to suffer the consequences of allegations relating to sexual misconduct.
In the case of Gabriel D’almeida Freitas, an anonymous testimony spoke in particular of a report which was not consented to. On the side of Brandon St-Jacques Turpin, several testimonies the were, including that of the actress Milya Corbeil-Gauvreau, who played with him in The Breakaway.
“I learned that I was not your only victim. Due to the sharing of my story, many girls are entrusted to me. “Me too.” “The same guy.” “You’re not the only one.” We met, we talked. This is the time that it changes. We no longer fear,” she wrote on Instagram.