The Louvre pyramid, in Paris.

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ClÈment Follain / 20 Minutes

A 50-year-old woman was on trial Friday before the Rennes Criminal Court for a series of malicious appeals.

On June 3, 2018, she had notably wreaked havoc at the Louvre by launching a false bomb threat.

Former employee of Disneyland Paris, she had also threatened the amusement park on numerous occasions.

The fifty-year-old also attacked the gendarmes.

According to


, she could call up to 36 times in the same day the gendarmerie of Bruz near Rennes to denounce false attacks or false murders.

During the hearing, the defendant, suffering from paranoid disorders and alcohol dependence, presented herself as a "medium" before the judges.

She was sentenced to five months in prison with a two-year probationary period.

She will also have to take care of herself and pay 1,149 euros to the Louvre, specifies




Malicious calls, SMS… He contacted his former partner 350 times a day on average


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  • Reindeer

  • Louvre Museum

  • Disneyland

  • Bomb alert

  • Louvre

  • Justice