ANIMALS – Did coach Pierre Cadéac mistreat animals? Implied by a long study of vakitathe media founded by Hugo Clément, the French movie star coach, once again denied all the accusations against him, this Friday, December 2 on BFMTV, and announced that he intended to file a defamation complaint against the journalist engaged in the case . and the environment.
About fifteen former employees filed a complaint in their own name against Pierre Cadéac for “animal cruelty”says the video study published by vakita this weekend. The latter particularly highlights two video excerpts against the coach. A first, already revealed by the Zoopolis animal defense association last April, shows him striking an eagle. Another sequence shows the swollen face of a monkey.
On BFMTV, Hugo Clément also accused the coach of having “threw the live chickens from the ‘Le Gaulois’ ad into the wolves’ enclosure”.
Last April, then again in Don’t touch My TV! this Wednesday, November 30, Pierre Cadéac had denied the allegations of abuse against him. If the coach says understand “Let People Be Shocked” of the videos published by vakitahe again denied mistreating his animals and denounced fanciful accusations. “We have more than 300 animals. My animals are very familiar and are not afraid of visitors, let alone me.”he said especially on BFMTV.
“It’s an eye for an eye, a beak for a beak”
According to him, a “small group of animals” would ask ” problem “ and transform his establishment “in recovery camp” : “ I’m left with a couple of animals that I have to try to straighten out, to get back on track because they’ve been mistreated beforehand.”he reasoned.
The bloated monkey and the stricken eagle would be just that. The first, “seized in the suburbs”according to Pierre Cadéac, would have been “requested” by law enforcement and veterinary services while the animal “had diapers and ate McDo”.
“The main thing about the fight between this monkey and me is that he attacked me and I fought back (…) to discipline him, unfortunately”, he explained further, describing an animal “very aggressive”. “For more than 10 years I have preserved it”assures the trainer. “Two More Monkeys” would have been bought by Pierre Cadéac “at its expense”because the animal “must have a social life”.
Pertaining to the eagle, the examination of vakita claims he succumbed to a beating. A point that is once again rejected by Pierre Cadéac, who ensures that these images are taken out of context. “ I hit him, but right after I sit down, I caress him for a long time. It’s an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth; an eye for an eye, a beak for a beak,” says the coach.
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