Influencer and former reality TV star Kim Glow has just been sentenced by French justice. And for good reason: in 2018, following a dispute, she encouraged her community to overload the switchboard of a transport company in the Var with calls. She admitted the facts.
Kim Glow would have done better to abstain. The former candidate of the flagship programs Angels and The people of Marseilles has indeed just been condemned by French justice for complicity in malicious telephone calls. And for good reason, a few years ago, the one that is now influencer had asked his community to mass call a transport company in the Var after they were unhappy with a delivery . Neither one nor two, his fans had complied, going so far as to push the company to file a complaint.
In July 2018, the 37-year-old Varoise had encouraged her followers to overload with calls the switchboard of a transport company located in the town of La Crau (Var) which had delivered a defective sofa to her . 'The sofa was broken, it was not unpacked, not installed...' , she detailed during the hearing before the Toulon Criminal Court this Thursday, September 14, 2022. According to her words, she would have at the time herself tried to reach the company's switchboard operator who would have answered her : 'You signed the delivery note so it's compliant' . Kim Glow therefore recognized the facts immediately. 'It's true that I told my community so that it wouldn't happen again' , said the one who is now followed by 1.1 million people on Instagram. His lawyer, Me Hervé Lefort, estimated that “About forty calls is nothing at all” for a company of this size.
Annoyed, the public prosecutor of Toulon quickly retorted. ' You used your notoriety as if you were above the lot' , he launched. 'Everyone has this kind of hassle in everyday life, it's your reaction that is not appropriate' , said the president of the Toulon criminal court. Anyway, Kim Glow is about to get her hands on the wallet. According to the daily Be Matin , whose journalists were present at the hearing, reality tv star - whose feet regularly feed the fantasies of amateurs on the Web, who seek photos with the hashtag feet - would therefore have been ordered to pay 60 day-fines of 80 euros each, i.e. 4,800 euros, within two months . Le tribunal l'a in revenge acquitted due to prescription for the offense of public insult of which she was also accused.