France, “Brigitte Macron born a man”, the premièr dame threatens complaints: “Enough transphobic fakes on me”
Brigitte Macron, première dame from May 2017, when her husband Emmanuel Macron has assumed the post of President of the French Republic, and a former teacher (she left school in 2015 to pursue her husband’s political career), intends to take legal action against the instigators of the rumors circulated on Twitter that born man.
Born into a family of chocolatiers, known for her production of macarons d’Amiens, Brigitte is the youngest of six children, and her maiden name is Trogneux. In recent days, Macron’s wife has become a victim of the network again, as perhaps it had not happened from the year of Macron’s election to presindence, in 2017, when the irony of the web was unleashed on her due to the considerable age difference with her husband. The two differ by 24 years, Brigitte began the relationship when he was a high school student, still 16 years old.
According to the rumors spread online Brigitte would be born a man with the name of Jean-Michel Trogneux. Le Figarò writes that in the last days thehashtag #JeanMichelTrogneux between tweets and mentions it would be the most used in the nation, and among the many retweets there would be those of members of the far right and many leaders of the “no vax”.
According to the French newspaper at the origin of the “transphobic fake news“on the première dame it would be a journalist close to far-right circles and who would not have particular sympathy for the couple, Natacha Rey, which launched the indicted hashtag for the first time on November 7th. “I have assembled documents and photographs and have talked about them with numerous experts. On the basis of these elements I can affirm that the true identity of our first lady is not Brigitte but Jean-Michel Trogneux. A man, therefore, not a woman “are Rey’s words.
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