The inconvenience caused by Morpheus Morin on the film sets won over the broadcaster Bell. The company has announced the completion of the production of the documentary series But why The controversial actress starred. In each episode of This TV series, Maripier Morin immersed himself in a taboo or sensitive subject to reveal his inner workings. Filming for next season has already begun.
“Production of the new episodes of this original Z series resumed a few months ago, after it was first discontinued when Maripier was withdrawn from public life,” Bell’s communications department explained Tuesday.
“After discussions with the production company and Maripier Morin, we decided not to add new episodes. But why In our programming and as a result, production is in progress. Neither she, nor Bell Media, nor production house Trinom & Philes were willing to comment further on this statement.
Keep in mind that Morpheus Morin has been targeted by multiple allegations of inappropriate behavior, especially from former colleagues. Last July, singer Safia Nolin publicly accused her of physically assaulting her. The actress lost all of her professional contracts, apologized and then took the path of treatment.
Destiny Revealed It is common for him to escape on film sets a few days later. One source spoke of a passionate personality who regularly spoke vulgarly and inappropriately in the workplace. After a few months of low profile, the door opened when Morpheus Morin returned to the cameras last October.
Then the newspaper Tap Earlier this spring Tuvu described the plight of the art community in relation to the Maripier Morin resettlement. Attempts were made to make edits during a passage in the next presentation Everyone talks about it.
His nomination to Artis Gala caused incomprehensible and dissatisfaction in the cultural community and in the Quebec population. Morpheus Morin finally asked to be removed from the list of renowned artists at this gala.
Morpheus Morin is still starring in the film Arlette! By Marilop Wolf, and is involved in the production of the second series of the show Wrong, Broadcast At Club Illico.