Solène Delinger 12:14 p.m., December 04, 2023

In a message shared on his Instagram account, Stéphane Plaza alluded for the very first time to the accusations of domestic violence against him. The M6 host implied that he had to "stay strong" because "things will get better".

Two months after being accused of domestic violence by three of his former girlfriends, Stéphane Plaza has decided to break the silence in a very philosophical way on his Instagram account. The M6 host published a photo of a four-leaf clover with a message obviously alluding to the media storm in which he has been in for several weeks.

"You have to stand your ground and keep hope!"

"The circumstances of life teach us to become attentive to the slightest sign that presents itself to us.... Sometimes these signs have connotations of meaning and are crystal clear. (...) These signs help us to hold on and keep us hopeful!" the real estate agent wrote in the caption of his photo taken in the middle of nature. Stéphane Plaza then quoted a famous Swedish proverb: "Stay strong because things will get better. The weather may be stormy, but it can't rain forever..."

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Stéphane Plaza is "starting to get better", according to his lawyer

Until now, Stéphane Plaza had never mentioned the accusations against him. The host had just denied the facts through his lawyer Hélène Plumet. The latter was on the set of TPMP last week to give news of her client. "He's still in shock... But he's starting to get better," she told Cyril Hanouna.

Stéphane Plaza is still waiting for the results of the investigation into domestic violence opened by the Paris prosecutor's office. M6, for its part, decided not to sanction him after conducting an internal investigation that revealed nothing.