“I was going to Stage 2 crying. ” In
an interview to The team, journalist Clémentine Sarlat, ex-from the sports department of
France Télévisions, describes the moral harassment that she says she suffered in particular on her return from maternity leave in January 2018.
It identifies many demeaning facts: an announcement of co-presentation of Stage 2 promised but canceled “because of the lights and the cameras, you will not be able to be next to Matthew [Lartot] “,” RTT [mises] on my telecommuting days asked to take care of my son more easily “or” they had put me in a separate office away from the editors. I had to take my laptop to get closer and understand what we were going to talk about. ” She also cites “very heavy jokes,” which were gritty or misogynist.
“An investigation is being carried out”, announces France Télévisions
The journalist left the France Télévisons sports service in the summer of 2018. During the Rugby World Cup in Japan, Clémentine Sarlat worked with a sports editorial team, that of TF1. “It made me weird, everyone was normal,” she says. Today, she produces podcasts. “There is no picture … I am independent and happy. “
France Télévisions reacted by press release this Saturday to the words of Clémentine Sarlat: “In accordance with the principle of zero tolerance applied with rigor in the company, an investigation is carried out to shed light on the facts evoked. A hotline was set up in 2018 to collect the voices of all people who feel they are victims of harassment or discrimination. Each reported case is followed and treated with attention. The management of France Télévisions is committed to a policy of exemplarity and zero tolerance towards harassment in all its forms. “