Seven months after being accused of sexual misconduct on social networks, Ann Perreu is breaking the silence.
“Once again today, I extend my heartfelt apologies to the people who were shocked and disappointed,” he wrote on Tuesday.
“I understand that there may be some discomfort towards me, but I hope my clarity and my integrity are realized,” the singer-songwriter continues.
In July 2020, the singer was fired by his record company just hours after he condemned his mistake on the Victims.Voice.Montreal page on Instagram.
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Anne Perryu admitted that she was “moved” by the media storm that followed the allegations last summer and did “introspective work” that allowed her to “learn about the negative consequences” of his actions.
The person concerned concluded his message to his partner, Mary-Pierre.
“The apology she gave me gives me the resilience and respect I need to accept the loss and calmly repair it. Mary-Peer, thank you for the powerful lesson in love.”
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