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First Lady of France: - Plaintiff of passing rumors

First Lady of France: – Plaintiff of passing rumors

Birgit Macron, who is married to French President Emmanuel Macron, responded after false rumors spread about her on social media.

The conspiracy theory is that the first lady is a trans woman, born as a man named Jean-Michel Trugno.

Several days ago, the hashtag #JeanMichelTrogneux went viral on Twitter. Now she is planning to file a lawsuit.

The case was covered in several major media outlets, such as the BBC, the Guardian and the major French newspaper Le Monde.

Spread on social media

The rumors began when the right-wing magazine Fait et Documents published an article in September claiming that it had been investigating President Macron for three years, it wrote. Sky News.

This is when the First Lady theory should have surfaced. The magazine claims that many experts support the conspiracy theory.

Since then, rumors about the 68-year-old first lady have been circulating through social media accounts against her husband, President Macron.

Among them are those who belong to the far right in politics, vaccine opponents and people from the Qanoon Conspiracy movement.

This is not the first time that such rumors have been spread about the presidents’ spouses. Former United States First Lady Michelle Obama has also been accused of having a husband, Michael Lavon Robinson.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern also mentioned such rumors about her gender, he writes the local.

During France’s 2017 election campaign, President Emmanuel Macron also had to answer questions about his sexuality. Then many claimed that he was gay, which he denied.

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“silly fabrication”

Now the first lady plans to prosecute those behind the spread of the conspiracy theory, according to Sky News.

Many are now wondering why she was “disturbed” at all for resorting to the long arm of the law for such a “ridiculous fabrication,” writes The Local.

They claim that she will burn gasoline on the fire of conspiracy theorists who will use it as an argument that she is actually hiding something.