The Marseille court (Bouches-du-Rhône) sentenced a 38-year-old woman to one year in prison for harassing comedian Inès Reg and influencer Anaïs Camizuli. This increasingly invasive “admirer” would also have been threatening, according to information gathered by our colleagues at provence This Monday, September 26.
This fan of comedian Inès Reg and former reality show candidate Anaïs Camizuli was tried for acts of “harassment” and “malicious calls” against him.
Marina, a nursery nurse in her thirties, had carefully followed Inés Reg’s first steps as a comedian. From the small Parisian stages to the front row of these latest shows, nothing escaped Marina.
Ines Reg who became known in August 2019 because she wanted “Kevin adds sparkle to his life”, was particularly pampered by this unconditional fan. The gifts were not lacking, as well as the small details. A moving attitude, which greatly flattered the young comedian in the early days.
Only here, over the months, small attentions have turned into very intrusive behavior: a gift of 300 euros, clothes from her favorite store that she had never talked about… Delicate situations follow one another, a beautiful day Marina went as far as going back and forth between Paris and Marseilles to bring a bouquet of flowers and chocolates to the comedian who was ill.
A behavior that did not leave Ines Reg unmoved and the concern rose in tone, pushing the artist to make radical decisions, such as banning her number one fan from the front row, who according to him “it’s scary”. But security found it impossible to reason with Marina, who eventually finished first. Paralyzed, the comedian will wait until 2:30 am to escape as quickly and discreetly as possible from the theater. Frightened, Ines Reg even decides to cancel one of her dates in Marseille, Marina’s place of residence.
Everything is paid, the wheel turns, we will see your true face
It was in February 2020 that the humorist decided to take legal action, after a series of messages with a sometimes threatening tone, whose author would be none other than Marina. The private messages received on his Instagram account refer to an anonymous person posing as “prosecutor of the court of Paris”.
Completely overwhelmed by the events, and increasingly worried, Ines Reg files a complaint and 30 days of ITT are prescribed. The doctor who examined her reported a “acute stress”of “intrusive thoughts”of “sleep disorders with insomnia”as much as “hypervigilance”.
An obsessive fan who is not on her first try
The case of Inés Reg is not isolated. In fact, Marina had another person whose movements she followed. This is Anaïs Camizuli, winner of a reality show and now an influencer, followed by two million people. She also sat on the civil dock during the trial, having also encountered similar problems with Marina.
“At 3 am, I noticed the presence of a rather strange woman, who was waiting for me in the rain. At first, I took it sympathetically. She was giving me gifts, my sister… But then she degenerated, she saw her everywhere and even in front of my house “says Anaïs Camizuli, according to the testimony reported by our colleagues from La Provence.
The former reality TV candidate claims she crossed the line when SFR gave Marina her microchip, pretending to be the victim’s mother. An obsession that she has only increased, the young childminder has tried by all means to get hired in the nursery of Anaïs Camizuli’s daughter.
A kind of harassment, which is no longer limited to the simple person of Anaïs, but to her family. “I’m a public figure, but my daughter didn’t ask for anything!” she denounces at the bar. Divorced from her child’s father, she said Marina’s particularly intrusive behavior was a source of considerable conflict and tends to damage the relationship she has with her ex-boyfriend and father of her little girl. “My daughter’s father forbids me to go on vacation alone with her, for fear of running into Marina… I can’t live normally. It has to stop!”implores the young mother at court.
“Multiplied the tickets to the act”
A psychologist has been appointed to shed light on this matter. His report revealed “no pathology.” Far from being convinced, the prosecutor maintains the opposite, that Marine reveals “a personality whose dangerousness questions and that has multiplied the passages to the act”.
The Marseille court finally sentenced Marina to two years in prison, one of them for “malicious calls”. A sentence that she can serve at her home with an electronic bracelet, an obligation of care and of course the prohibition to come into contact with the two complainants and victims of this harassment.