"A former First Lady registered with Pôle Emploi": why Valérie Trierweiler struggles so much to find a new home

“A former First Lady registered with Pôle Emploi”: why Valérie Trierweiler struggles so much to find a new home

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Since she was fired from Paris Match in 2020, Valérie Trierweiler has not found a job. On Europe 1 this Tuesday, July 5, she made a very clear appeal.

For Valérie Trierweiler, impossible to live a normal life. In August 2020, the former companion of François Hollande was thanked for Paris Match, where she had worked since 1989. A real blow. “I learned in the middle of summer and during my holidays in an extremely brutal way of my dismissal from Paris Match where I had worked for thirty years, she reacted on Twitter at the time. This dismissal without any valid reason leaves me in a state of shock and amazement.” Since then, Valérie Trierweiler has returned to the media sphere by joining the Big Heads gang on RTL but struggling to find work. Guest on the waves ofEurope 1 this Tuesday, July 5, the companion of Romain Magellan launched a real appeal to potential employers.

“I think being a journalist, with the name I have and the life I’ve had, is complicated”, first recognized the one who lived at the Elysée for a few months. On Europe 1, Valérie Trierweiler explained that her projects often have trouble coming to fruition. “I had two professional tracks that would have fascinated me, and then finally the doors closed”regretted the mother of Léonard Trierweiler on the airwaves of Europe 1. She, who desperately wanted to work, appealed: “So here I am, I am appealing to find work. Today, I am registered with Pole Emploi. There you have it, a former First Lady registered with Pôle Emploi. I was fired from Paris Match two years ago, I won my case because it was a dismissal for no reason, even for political reasons. And so I’ve been researching for two years.”

Valérie Trierweiler: this television challenge that she has launched

After being thanked for Paris Match in fact, the journalist took the group to court. Last May, her ex-employer was condemned by the Paris industrial tribunal for having fired her “without real and serious cause” to pay him 141,000 euros in damages. Despite this victory therefore, Valérie Trierweiler can no longer work. While waiting to be occupied again, the ex-girlfriend of François Hollande will participate in Beijing Express Celebrities on M6 from this Wednesday, July 6. She will indeed form a shock duo with Karine, her best friend for 19 years. “What made me hesitate was the fact of being exposed again while my current life is rather in the shadowsshe confided for Télé Star. You also have to accept to see yourself on the screen in its truth, with the signs of age and the extra pounds!

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In August 2020, the former companion of François Hollande was thanked for Paris Match, where she had worked since 1989

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Since then, Valérie Trierweiler has returned to the media sphere by joining the Big Heads band on RTL but is struggling to find work.

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Invited on the airwaves of Europe 1 this Tuesday, July 5, the companion of Romain Magellan launched a real appeal to potential employers

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“I think being a journalist, with the name I have and the life I’ve had, is complicated”, first recognized the one who lived at the Elysée for a few months

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On Europe 1, Valérie Trierweiler explained that her projects often have trouble coming to fruition

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“I had two professional tracks that would have fascinated me, and then finally the doors closed”

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She, who desperately wants to work, has appealed

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“So here I am, I am appealing to find work. Today, I am registered with Pôle Emploi. Here, a former First Lady registered with Pôle Emploi”

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After being fired from Paris Match, the journalist took the group to court

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Last May, her ex-employer was sentenced by the Paris industrial tribunal for having fired her “without real and serious cause” to pay her 141,000 euros in damages.

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Despite this victory, therefore, Valérie Trierweiler can no longer work

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