Suspected of having drugged the MP without her knowledge during the night from Friday to Saturday with a view to sexually assaulting her, Joël Guerriau was indicted on Friday evening. Political sanctions also quickly fell against him.
An elected official “still shocked”. Invited this Tuesday morning on BFMTV, Sandrine Josso returned to her complaint filed against Senator Joël Guerriau, whom she accuses of having drugged her with a view to sexually assaulting her.
The MP, who says she is “still in a state of shock”, says “realizing that I had, in this affair, in this misfortune, a lot of help, support” and mentions “a taxi driver who saved his life.”
“I’m on alert all the time, as soon as I find myself alone in a place I don’t know I start to panic, it annoys me to no end. I tell myself that people who experience a rape behind, but how they manage to recover from it,” she adds.
In the days following the complaint, a confrontation between the deputy and the senator took place, a trying moment. “It lasted two hours. I couldn’t look at him, I was behind him, it was terrible, I cried,” she said, referring to Joël Guerriau’s “lunar remarks”.
“Little white bag”
During this long speech on our antenna, Sandrine Josso returned to the chronology of the facts. “He simply told me that it was his place, because there would be fewer people and less noise, that he was going to cook fajitas,” she remembers.
“What seemed strange to me was his desire to toast several times so that I could drink several sips, he said to me ‘but you don’t drink anything.’ The champagne didn’t taste the same as usual, it was sweeter,” she adds.
Another element which appeals to the elected official, the lighting effects created by the senator. “He got up, he went to turn on his dimmer, he turned the light on very brightly and suddenly dimmed it,” she explains. She later learned from doctors that this technique was used to “activate the effectiveness of the drug.”
It was when she saw the senator “holding a small white bag in her hands which she put under the work surface” that Sandrine Josso made the decision to leave the premises.
“I’m trembling, I’m sweating, I understand the ambush I’ve fallen into and I must not show a sign of weakness, a survival instinct and I leave the apartment. He follows me, it “For a few terrible minutes, he followed me on the landing, in the elevator, in the courtyard, in the street, until I sat down in the taxi.”
“Say it right away”
In addition, Sandrine Josso called on potential victims to “trust your body.”
“As soon as you notice the slightest difference in the taste of a drink, stop drinking immediately, talk to someone about it immediately, leave immediately and have a blood test, if you can urinate in a bottle immediately, file a complaint, say it right away,” she advises.
On Monday, the member for Loire-Atlantique spoke for the first time on this subject, indicating on France 5 that she “thought she was dying”, and that “the necessary survival instinct” allowed her, while her condition was deteriorating. , to leave the home of Joel Guerriau.
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