Entertainment: Clara Luciani victim of school harassment: "I was a mocked child"

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Clara Luciani returns to a painful period of her childhood, during which she was harassed. Now admired by millions of people for her talent, the 30 -year -old singer was ...

Clara Luciani victime de harcèlement scolaire : « J'ai été une enfant moquée ». © Bestimage Clara Luciani victim of school harassment: "I was a mocked child".

Invited on the set of the program Daily broadcast on TMC this November 24, Clara Luciani lets go to some secrets with Yann Bathès. She returns in particular to the first years of her life and the suffering she could feel at that time. The 30 -year -old singer begins by emphasizing: "I think we rarely heal the injuries of childhood ". She then specifies: “ I was a mocked child. I said and repeated it, and I don't want to take out the violins at all. But the fact is that, being adult, I still keep that in me ”. The one who is now appreciated by millions of people keeps some consequences of that time. The path of healing is long. It was partly his passion and his audience that helped her rebuild himself, gain self -confidence and consider herself: "I still treated myself a lot with the love of people and the fact that They come so numerous at the concerts, but I still have a little bit of the fragility ”.

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She has to face certain apprehensions: "which means that, just before I go on stage this evening, I was shaking behind the scenes. And at the same time, I tell myself that I don't want to completely overcome that. The stage fright is an energy in its own right: you have to know how to hold it on a leash and do something to stay concentrated ”.

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on November 6 on France 2 , in The program one Sunday in the campaign hosted by Frédéric Lopez, Clara Luciani returns, in tears, on school harassment of which she was the victim during her childhood. The singer had an explosive physique. At the age of 10, she already measured 1m70. A difference that has been subject to many taunts. She also exhibits the moment during which she must wear glasses. Another motive for mockery from his classmates.

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