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EXCLUDED. Anne Hidalgo: her husband victim of a stealth theft in the middle of Paris


Oct 14, 2021

According to exclusive information from Closer, Jean-Marc Germain, Anne Hidalgo’s husband was the victim of a theft in the middle of Paris on Saturday, October 9, 2021.

Jean-Marc Germain was the victim of a theft. As Closer is able to reveal to you in its next issue to be published on Friday, October 15, 2021 on newsstands, Anne Hidalgo’s husband had his personal belongings stolen. It was indeed on Saturday, October 9, 2021 that the latter was attacked by pickpockets. While on a bus, Jean-Marc Germain had his wallet stolen by one of these pickpockets. The elected socialist to the regional council of Ile-de-France thus lost his identity papers and his bank card. It was once he returned to his home that the husband of the mayor of Paris realized it.

Note that according to our exclusive information, Jean-Marc Germain immediately filed an opposition with his bank after noting the theft of his wallet. But here it is: it was already too late … Hardly stolen, his bank card was used in a PMU. The thief in question has indeed bet 70 euros ! He would not miss any more that it wins the jackpot … For the time being, neither Jean-Marc Germain nor Anne Hidalgo has poured out on the subject.

Anne Hidalgo and Jean-Marc Germain: a happy couple

Very close to each other, Anne Hidalgo had already made some confidences about her companion by declaring: “He’s a great person, who accompanies me. It’s great for me too to have that stability at home. He’s someone who has both a brain that works very, very quickly, who is very creative and then he is someone who is of immense kindness. Me, I like benevolence, kindness. I find that we move forward in life feeling supported and with people who love you. And he loves me and I love him and that’s great “.

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