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This Friday, July 29, Marilou Berry was pushing a big rant on Instagram and denouncing the grossophobic remarks she had suffered from a director. © Berzane Nasser/Abaca "Too big", "Not pretty" ... Marilou Berry victim of Grossophobia, she balances on this director who asked her to hide her "ugly stretch marks"!
Like his mother, Marilou Berry is not the type to have his tongue in his pocket. She never hesitates to say what she thinks and fists on the table. And this famous director, who would have had gross -speaking remarks towards her, should not say the opposite. Indeed, the daughter of Josiane Balasko was speaking on Instagram this Friday, July 29 to push a rant and reveal that she had been the victim of grossophobia.
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Displaced remarks received during a shoot, of which she did not reveal the name of the film, or the series. " The director found me too big. She asked to extend my 15cm skirts because she did not like my knees" , she explains at first before giving other horrible examples of this That she had endured: "She asked me to smile without showing my teeth or not to move my eyebrows because it was not pretty ', asked to hide my neckline to" do not see these nasty stretch marks' " .
His message to fight prejudices
but to think that Marilou Berry was going to accept the requests without flinching would be to know the actress badly. As she announced in her story, the actress went up to the niche and decided to stop this ordeal and not submit to her criticism. "Barely 30 years old, I had the audacity not to believe it and to do it only at my head ..." . An example that many subscribers could follow well. It is undoubtedly for this reason that the daughter of Josiane Balasko wanted to approach the subject and prove that no one deserved to be the victim of grossophobia.
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"Never let anyone decrease" , she concluded in order to give hope to the people who were able to live, or currently live, a situation similar to his a few years ago. She was already giving an example a few months ago, in the columns of humanity, when she swung on the set of I promise you. "In season 1, production wanted me to be really big, and I wear prostheses. I refused. Because if they wanted a larger actress, you had to start a bigger actress. Point" , she revealed at the time.
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"All the girls had this regimen they had to go on. It was ridiculous," she says in a new interview."All the girls had this regimen they had to go on. It was ridiculous," she tells The Hollywood Reporter. "I was already starving myself and as thin as I could possibly be for this body, and I was still a [size] four.