Info LibéArticle reserved for subscribersMathilde, who suffers from endometriosis, was 17 when she made an appointment with the gynecologist and now Secretary of State. She recounts an examination from which she came out “dirty, humiliated, devoid of any confidence in the medical profession” and wonders today about a possible legal action. “I was 17 and she was in her forties. I had just learned that I suffered from endometriosis, she had the notoriety of a specialist. By this aura, I thought I could trust him, wrongly. Mathilde (1) is not taking her mind off her appointment with Dr. Chrysoula Zacharopoulou, from which she left “wounded” five years ago. The gynecologist, now Secretary of State, is the subject of three complaints, filed on May 25, June 16 and June 23, two of which denounce acts of rape. An investigation was opened by the Paris prosecutor’s office on May 27 “to determine whether the facts are likely to fall within the scope of a criminal qualification”. Since Marianne revealed the existence of the case on Wednesday, the testimonies of old patients keep piling up. Liberation reveals the testimony of a minor patient at the time of her appointment with Dr. Zacharopoulou. Alongside Me Avi Bitton, a lawyer accustomed to cases of sexual violence, the young woman, now 22, ex…
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