Laeticia Hallyday strikes another blow. Justice did not prove him right and Sylvie Vartan took the opportunity to send him spades!
Laeticia Hallyday is currently not in the most comfortable position. And Sylvie Vartan does not hesitate to throw spades on television! MCE will tell you more.
Sylvie Vartan attacks Laeticia Hallyday
In fact, Sylvie Vartan, the first wife of Johnny Hallyday, multiplies the pikes against the mother of Jade and Joy. She congratulated Laura and David first to win the widow. Because the Paris district court last December did not give him right. Laura and David were able to freeze 37.5% of their father's royalties. But the court in Los Angeles has denied something to the widow of Taulier. They rejected her request for transfer of several of her husband's assets into her trust. It will have to wait and see if the French judiciary will decide whether the American judiciary can decide on the heritage of the seesaw. And Syvie Vartan seems likely to mock Laaticia Hallyday, in addition to television!
She decided to present her new album "Avec toi …" in "C & # 39; est au program". It contains fifteen titles by Johnny Hallyday, recorded by Syli Vartan himself. Apparently, Laeticia Hallyday would have strongly rejected this album. Sébastien Farran, the last manager of Johnny, confirmed this in Le Figaro. He even wants to ban the concerts of Sylvie Vartan on October 23 and 24, 201
Laeticia is 44 years old
On March 16, Laeticia Hallyday was seen on California beach when she was celebrating her birthday. She was with her two daughters, 14-year-old Jade and 10-year-old Joy. Johnny's widow was in Santa Monica and she enjoyed the sun with her children and friends.
Laeticia celebrated her birthday with three of her friends: Yaël Abrot, Élodie Piège and Christina. Yaël Abrot has shown on his Instagram a beautiful setting for the birthday of the woman! His mother Francoise was not in Santa Monica on the beach. Nevertheless, she did not stop that from sending a very nice message to her daughter via social networks! Sylvie Vartan