President Francois Hollande is outraged by the publication of photographs in a French magazine of his nocturnal visits to his mistress, the film star Julie Gayet.
He is threatening to sue Closer under France’s draconian privacy laws.
His colleagues in the Socialist Party are also spluttering and muttering. Indeed, much of the French political class thinks the magazine has crossed a dangerous line in a country in which the sexual shenanigans of leading politicians are normally off-limits.
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