What we know about the accusations made by activist Sophie Tissier regarding LFI deputy Eric Coquerel

Sophie Tissier, a former activist for the yellow vests, has reported that she filed a complaint following seizing the Committee against Sexist and Sexual Violence of La France Insoumise (LFI).

What we know about the accusations made by activist Sophie Tissier regarding LFI deputy Eric Coquerel

Sophie Tissier, a former activist for the yellow vests, has reported that she filed a complaint following seizing the Committee against Sexist and Sexual Violence of La France Insoumise (LFI). She wanted to report inappropriate behavior from deputy Eric Coquerel who was just elected Chairman of Finance Committee of National Assembly. Block denied by the chosen one "L'Obs” takes stock.

Former supporter of Left Party, this 43-year-old woman has been active in campaigns for intermittent workers' rights, as well as against corruption. She was also involved in the Nuit Debout movement which she founded. As well as organizing for the union of left during the presidential elections of 2017.

She was a "pacifist" figure within the movement of the "yellow vests", in particular when she launched the official declarations for demonstrations on the Champs Elysees. In 2020, she created the "Yellow Force", a "national coordination citizen actions and peaceful demonstrations using yellow vests."

She ran in the 2022 Paris legislative elections in 10th constituency under the banner of the Union citoyenne pour la Liberte, her 2021-founded party. However, she received only 0.45% votes during the first round.

Sophie Tisser's first tweet, published Saturday, evokes "sticky walking hands" and "inappropriate attacks in 2014 during summer universities of [Left Party]". "I felt a deep unease. I didn't know what it was. He was clearly offended that I refused to listen. He didn't care.

On BFMTV, she described "inappropriate gestures and wandering hands" during a party that was held in 2014. She also described "a salacious, sticky face", "a flirty flirt" during the dance party, as well as "outrageous offensive, harassing" behavior by the MP.

Eric Coquerel would have also sent him texts offering to drive him to his hotel. She said that although it wasn't physical assault, the harassment was still traumatizing.

Franceinfo Monday: She described the gestures that the deputy made to her a bit more. He would have "started doing fairly heavy flirting" during a party and then began to make inappropriate, offensive gestures. I can recall him grasping me at the waist, putting his hand on my hips, and then brushing my sex. She explained that it wasn't assault but predation.

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Sophie Tissier, newly elected Finance Committee deputy head, warned that she did not want him "to go so far as resign". But, "that he recognizes the facts, that I hear what I have to share and that he says, "yes, that's correct, I've been acting improperly." She explained Monday morning on Franceinfo that she is waiting for Eric Coquerel to recognize her behavior. This is the whole purpose of the slider: Where to place the sexual attack? If he refuses to acknowledge it, I will file a complaint. It is worth it.

The member denies any inappropriate behavior. "I declare that I have not used physical or psychological violence to obtain a report. This is a gateway to criminal behavior in gender-based or sexual violence," he wrote, in particular in a column in the "Journal du Dimanche".

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