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Fabrice Di Vizio leaves Touche pas in my position: the lawyer wrote to Cyril Hanouna to tell him that he will no longer be a columnist

In a series of tweets published this Tuesday, September 14, the lawyer Fabrice Di Vizio, who has become the head of the anti-health pass movement and columnist for the TPMP, announces that he will no longer attend the demonstrations and that he will not participate. more on Cyril Hanouna shows.

It will no longer collide with Matthieu Delormeau. And for good reason: in a series of tweets published on the night of Tuesday, September 14, the lawyer Fabrice Di Vizio he announced that he would soon stop being a Touche columnist in my position. “I wrote to Cyril Hanouna tell him that I rejected his offer as a columnist, “announces the person who participated in C8’s flagship program since last season. First invited as an expert to speak about the health crisis, the decidedly critical lawyer against the government had ended up winning his napkin in the program by dint of speeches and monumental confrontations.

“I will go back to doing what I love more than anything: taking care of my daughter and her horses”

But more than televised games, Fabrice Di Vizio has also been heavily politically engaged in recent months, leading a legal battle against government measures, and appearing at the forefront of demonstrations against these measures at demonstrations, alongside Florian in particular. Philippot. An exhibition that earned him numerous criticisms, which apparently influenced his decision to embark on the high seas. “I will be present for the last time on Saturday at the demonstration. Then, I will go back to doing what I love more than anything: taking care of my daughter and her horses,” writes the lawyer, who also adds that now he also intends to move away from his main professional activity , selling his shares in his cabinet. Present at the resumption of Touche not in my position on August 30, Fabrice Di Vizio had started strong, participating in the debates from the street, off the set.

“There is a genius here, he is in the Rue de Boulogne!”

His refusal to present a health pass, now mandatory to participate in the program, as a columnist or in public, is questioned. The following days, the production ended up creating a small office for him, always abroad, enough to provoke the ridicule of another specialist in the crash of the TPMP, Matthieu Delormeau. In total contradiction, the two chroniclers had also raised the tone. “You are alone against the whole world: the Americans, the English, the Swedes and there is a genius here, he is in the Rue de Boulogne!” he had even let the former host of NRJ12 go.

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