Johnny Hallyday and Jacques Chirac cocaine consumers: a former dealer weighs everything on C8

This Saturday, May 29, 2021, Ophélie Winter signed a remarkable appearance on the set of the show “On est en direct” on France 2. Facing Laurent Ruquier, the singer implied that “everyone” takes drugs. Very serious on the subject, the host did not hesitate to reframe his guest: “Oh well, not like everyone else” he then corrected. “In this profession, it is a course” insisted Ophélie Winter before declaring that the fact of taking drugs is a “compulsory passage”. “There, you are wrong, you can ask a lot of people on this set. I don’t think we are all drugged on this set” replied Laurent Ruquier.

This Monday, May 31, Cyril Hanouna returned to the words of the pretty 44-year-old blonde, on the TPMP set. For the occasion, he had invited Gérard Fauré, a former celebrity dealer who has just published a book called “Gérard Fauré, dealer of all Paris – The supplier of the stars speaks” in which he confides on his sulphurous past. The host then asked his guest why he decided to “throw it all out”. And the latter replied: “There are some, it’s out of revenge like Jacques Chirac or Johnny”.

Surprised, Cyril Hanouna then rebounded on this revelation: “Jacques Chirac, former president, was he taking cocaine?”. To which Gérard Fauré replied: “Yes, suspiciously! With Dassaut!”. “I was his supplier, I had two lieutenants, one of them, his cousin was the driver of Chirac, he came to take 100 gr per week from me… for Chirac and his clique”.

The host then tried to find out more about the alleged drug use of Johnny Hallyday. Gérard Fauré then proudly declared that it was thanks to him that the rocker stood on stage. Géraldine Maillet and Isabelle Morini-Bosc then took the floor to affirm that Johnny Hallyday had never hidden it and even confirmed having consumed drugs in his biographies …

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