Patricia Paquin told in a story Instagram, a rather disturbing anecdote. In fact, the actress shared a bad experience she had during a race.

A truck reportedly tried to run her over as she ran to the side of the road.

“A pickup truck that intentionally drove up to me on the side of the road”

I’ve been running for 2 1/2 years and well today for the first time I had two bad experiences. A pick-up truck that voluntarily pulled up to meet me on the side of the road and a small car that flushed its engine right next to me at 8 a.m. on a Saturday morning like at the Gilles Villeneuve circuit. Seriously guys, I feel sorry for you! #shabby “.

This isn’t the first time Patricia Paquin has spoken out on social media and to be honest, we’re not mad about it.

Last April, the hostess posted a video on her Instagram page in which she responds to negative comments about her appearance and urges women to be more supportive.

At a time when social networks are an important source of entertainment and information, they are also real platforms for comparison, envy and illusion. Many followers look at their Instagram feed and think that other people’s lives are much better than theirs (with and without a filter). Others hide behind their pseudonyms to relieve excess stress and jealousy for free by insulting others.

Patricia Paquin, like many other celebrities, is a target for those netizens who have a simple insult keyboard and imagine that hurting someone by hurting someone could relieve them of their inner discomfort.

The host replied brilliantly: Hello, sometimes I can read the comment “phew, she should stop the botox” under my posts and those of other personalities. Hey, that’s none of your business! Whether we have botox, whether we have gained 50 pounds or lost 15, whether we have dirty gray hair, whether we have wrinkles, whether we look younger, there are sneaky comments and often it is women who leave such comments there. Can we be a little more united?

And it’s also possible that it’s just a nice make-up, a good hairdresser, nice clothes… [Elle a déplacé son téléphone pour montrer plusieurs angles de sa caméra sur son visage] If I move my camera like that it’s less beneficial, either way, okay, either way, it lets a little more wrinkles show through, while there’s just light here, it’s free, it doesn’t cost anything, just c*iss of light “.

After its release, several celebrities who are visibly experiencing the same cyberbullying commented on the video.

Varda Etienne wrote : ” THANK YOUIII!👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾 “.

Julie du Pagein turn commented: Well done Patricia! I think exactly the same! “.

You’re hot! “, threw Jean Francois Breau.

standing ovation ‘ wrote in turn Marjorie Vallee.

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