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Véronique Genest : pourquoi elle porte plainte après la mort de sa mère © Roman Doucelin / Bestimage Véronique Genest: Why she complains after the death of her mother's guest of the show at Jordan, broadcast on the site of the magazine Tele-leisure Thursday, April 14, 2022, Actress Véronique Genest revealed to Jordan de luxe be "lodging a complaint" after the death of his mother of a serious infection. mainly known for its role of Julie Lescaut

in the cult series of the same name broadcast on TF1, Véronique Genest recently had to deal with a terrible personal drama. Indeed, the one that has been removed from the telefilm on the life of Marc-Olivier Fogiel recently lost his mother, named Colette. aged 89, the latter died in February 2022 of the suites of a serious infection. Véronique Genest evoked with emotion the disappearance of the one who gave him life during his passage in the show at Jordan, broadcast on the site of the leisure magazine , Thursday, April 14, 2022. "She is wrong part "," said the comedian, before revealing that his mother was boarder in a retirement home managed by the company ORPEA. As a reminder, this company recently found in the heart of a huge scandal following the publication of a book denouncing the functioning of its different EHPADs. "She was at Orpea, in a very nice thing. And now, she went. I'm lodging a complaint because she left because of negligence. Still, I was there every day. She Died from an infection in the leg that was poorly treated. There is no medical follow-up, "Véronique Genest, who seems to want all the light to be done on the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of his mother. Véronique Genest on the death of his mother: "I was removing it from Orpea, because I did not want it to remain"

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does not hide his anger, the actress described the death by sepsis of his genitor as a "a very ugly way" to die. "

The kidneys stop, all the toxins remain in the body, we suffer a lot ," she said, before loading Opea again. "There is no follow-up. As there are never twice the same nurse, no one can be with reference with something that has been done. But we can not say anything. I'm fighting With them since she was back there. I was taking her away from Orpea, because I did not want it to stay there. It was really catastrophic, "finally reached Véronique Genest.

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