"There were little children in the evenings" : SHOCK revelations from "dealer at all Paris" live in "TPMP, the stunned columnists

The Palmade affair and the shocking revelations about the comedian’s drug use seem to have had an impact on people’s consciences. If the one who caused a terrible road accident a month ago has been strongly pointed out, today it is politicians and people in high places who could be worried. The magazine Marianne has just published a survey entitled: “Coke and our elites, the end of impunity?” in which former collaborators make astonishing statements such as the fact that certain deputies did not hesitate to obtain drugs close to the National Assembly, with their mandate fees…

To discuss this subject, Cyril Hanouna had invited this Thursday, March 9, 2023, Gérard Fauré who is nicknamed “the former dealer of all-Paris” in particular because he assumes to have sold drugs to known people, throughout the capital. , for several years and recounts it in a stunning book. Asked about the famous evenings of debauchery during which personalities and politicians let go and where drugs and sex come into play, Gérard Fauré did not mince his words and made chilling revelations: “I participated in these evenings on barges … There were a lot of small children. I’m not kidding!” he launched.

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Gérard Fauré makes disturbing revelations live in TPMP
The former drug dealer then made a direct link with Palmade: “If Palmade is in front of me one day, I’m going to put my hand in his mouth because he was doing in Marrakech it’s not very clear…” . Faced with the amazement of the chroniclers, Cyril Hanouna, himself shocked, recalled that these comments only engage Gérard Fauré.

After assuring that the Pope is the “biggest importer of cocaine in the Vatican”, Gérard Fauré returned to the presence of children in social gatherings, in particular in order to use their “pure” blood to create adrenochrome, an anti-aging substance intended for the elite… Delphine Wespiser then wondered about the “origin of these children” and Gérard Fauré replied: “They are kidnapped! There are 58,000 children who disappear each year in France, most of them are not found…”.


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