Julien Lacroix appeared in Jean Lapointe’s Ardent Chapel at Saint-Vietcher Church in Outremont on Thursday evening. The comedian arrived with his wife, director Maude Sabac, to greet the founder of Maison Jean Lapointe, the center where he stayed for 21 days in 2020.
Julien Lacroix and his wife are two reasons for the burning church of singer and actor Jean Lapointe on Thursday evening. First, Maude Sabbag knows Jean-Marie Lapointe well, having worked with him as a director on various projects, including a documentary program. Facing the street Jean Lapointe’s son comes to life with great sensitivity.
And, for Julien Lacroix, Maison Jean Lapointe has played a pivotal role in his recovery journey in recent years. The former public figure actually dedicated three weeks at the center to help people struggling with various forms of addiction.
“The first was Jean Lapointe, the artist, a monument,” explained Julien Lacroix. Register. But for me, Maison Jean Lapointe is the highlight of my life. I did a short 21 day tour there in 2020. Long live Jean Lapointe and his house.
“It’s important for us to support our friend Jean-Marie, said her lover Maude Sabac. I worked with her for many years. We are connected for life. And she met Julien through me and we became very close to him. We had the chance to meet Jean Lapointe once with Jean-Marie. This A remarkable encounter.”
Let’s talk about a busy day for Julien Lacroix, whose reprehensible behavior and public outings have been rare in the two years following the condemnation of sexual misconduct allegations against him.
The 30-year-old comedian announced today that he intends to attempt a comeback – first abandoned last July when his family received serious threats – on stage before Christmas. He finds himself in a bar in Montreal’s Hocelaga-Maisonneuve district, in a question-and-answer formula where “comedy and confession” must be interwoven.
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