Dominique, the wife of Bernard Tapie confesses in "seven to eight" that the magnate asked her to die with him!

Discreet in the media, Dominique Tapie had not attended a television set since 1990 and the invitation of Michel Drucker. But today, to pay tribute to her husband who died on October 3, 2021, died of cancer, his widow wishes to pay tribute to him. By publishing a book first, Bernard, the fury of living (The Observatory) where she shares her 52 years together. And by agreeing to be interviewed by Audrey Crespo-Marat in seven to eight on TF1this Sunday, March 19, 2023. In Le Figaro of March 17, the journalist recounted her meeting: “I really wanted to know and question this woman who has always remained in the shadows. She has nothing of a woman erased. She resisted her husband allhis life, only way to exist by his side. She was always loving but critical. She’s an intelligent, elegant woman.” confided Audrey Crespo-Mara.

647 million euros in debt

Together, in a suite at the Hotel Meurice in Paris, they discussed at length her life with Bernard Tapie, their memories and the destitution in which she finds herself today. Pursued for a debt of 647 million euros, Dominique Tapie had to leave their private mansion located at 52 rue des Saints-Pères in the 7th arrondissement of Paris. She also returned to the violent attack they had suffered in their house in Seine-et-Marne, on the night of April 3 to 4, 2021, a few months before the death of the businessman. Abused and tied up, they thought they were losing their lives. And the last time Dominique Tapie agreed to answer a television interview dates back to … 1990. “She says herself that this is the second TV interview of her life. The first was 33 years ago with Michel Drucker!”, specifies Audrey Crespo-Mara to our colleagues.
In this long interview, Dominique Tapie also returns to the last days of her husband, suffering from cancer which was to prevail at the age of 78. A moving confession when the widow explains her husband’s desire to leave with her: “He takes my hand and says to me: ‘Let’s go?’, ‘Let’s go, where?’” she asks him then. And Dominique Tapie to explain that her husband “raises his gaze to the sky” and says to him: “well, you understood, we are both going there. So I said to him: ‘Bernard, you can’t ask me that.’ He wanted us to go together.”


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