Aurélie Preston has come a long way. On October 3, the 30-year-old posted a particularly alarming message on social media, implying thatshe intended to end her life. Fortunately, Aurélie was quickly taken care of by the emergency services and has been trying to climb the slope.

And she is lucky to be able to count on the support of Internet users, many of whom send her benevolent and comforting messages. Which does him a lot of good: “I wanted to thank you because I get up thanks to you, your love, kindness, generosity, empathy, humanism and above all, purity”, she confided, grateful.

Her former reality TV colleagues also came forward and Aurélie was entitled to unexpected support.

Aurélie Preston @Instagram

A traumatic experience

It was in 2015, in the season of Marseilles in Thailand, that Aurélie Preston made her debut in reality TV. She then participates in Angels 8where she lived a real ordeal, taken in dislike by some candidates. Several excerpts from this season have resurfaced on social networks and some Internet users have accused Sarah Fraisou of having willingly taken part in the harassment of which Aurélie Preston said she was the victim. The young bride had also apologized, admitting that she had gone too far:

It’s true that being younger on set, we had a lot of arguments and over time, I apologized for my childish behavior. We could talk about it.

If the former Marseillaise had never confirmed the words of Sarah Fraisou, she has just let it be known that she has held no resentment towards her former rival.

Aurélie Preston @Instagram
Sarah Fraisou @Instagram

“She supported me”

This Wednesday, November 23, Sam Zirah published the interview that Aurélie Preston kindly granted him for his program broadcast on YouTube, AJA (As of today). The one who launched into the song assured that Sarah Fraisou’s apologies were sincere :

She apologized to me several times. She’s been supportive, and again, she texts me often to find out how I’m doing.

she said. And to excuse the behavior of Sarah, who “was young”:

She may not have realized at the time the impact it could have. And not just on a TV show but for years to come too. She didn’t necessarily know my story and that’s why I say don’t judge a book by its cover.

Finally, the former reality TV candidate wanted to send a message of appeasement:

We must not harass people who have already experienced this and for whom it is already a trauma. That’s why I say give love.

No hard feelings, so…


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Deborah Acker

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