“I made mistakes”: Baptiste Moirot (Mais t’es pas net Baptiste), accused by minors for messages of a sexual nature

The future bearer of the Olympic flame Baptiste Moirot, known on social networks for his “Mais t’est pas net Baptiste”, is the subject of accusations by several minor women.

“I made mistakes”: Baptiste Moirot (Mais t’es pas net Baptiste), accused by minors for messages of a sexual nature

The future bearer of the Olympic flame Baptiste Moirot, known on social networks for his “Mais t’est pas net Baptiste”, is the subject of accusations by several minor women.

The Olympic Games are fast approaching and the lighting of the Olympic flame in Olympia on April 16 proved that the biggest competition on the planet is approaching. On May 8, the flame will arrive in France near Marseille, for a day of celebration and celebration. All day long, the Phoenician city will be adorned with its clothes of light before the flame crosses the entire country until July 26, the date of the opening ceremony, with no less than 68 stages across France.

During this journey of more than 2 months, several personalities but also strangers will have the privilege of carrying this flame a few meters. Among the people chosen,  Baptiste Moirot, alias “Baptiste pas net”, must carry this Olympic flame. In a video posted on X on April 10, the organizing committee for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games announced the choice of this very popular influencer on social networks, causing a real buzz.

But the recognition of the Olympics could be spoiled. In recent days, Baptiste Moirot has been the subject of several accusations on social networks. The latter is in fact accused by several women, minors at the time of the events, of having sent them messages of a sexual nature. One shared a screenshot of a conversation in which he allegedly told a 15-year-old girl (he was 20 at the time): "You'll see when you 'will have in your mouth if she is small', referring to her penis.

On TikTok, another Internet user revealed messages where he allegedly wrote: "I'm going to spank you", "You are a naughty little girl", then "You deserve to be punished". A third alleged victim revealed a 2021 chat in which Baptiste Moirot allegedly sent her sexually explicit videos.

Faced with all these accusations, Baptiste Moirot reacted in a story on Instagram on Wednesday April 17. “I made mistakes and I am deeply sorry,” it reads. "I am determined to learn from my past mistakes and continue working towards a better world. Thank you for your support and understanding."

For those who don't know, it was in a live Facebook in 2017 that Baptiste Moirot, sitting on the floor of his bedroom in his underwear, playing with fire, stood out. Under the influence of two sleeping pills, the young man begins to burn Kevlar in a cup, under the frightened eyes of his brother and his mother. The latter's reply, which opens the door at this moment, has become cult: "But you're not clean Baptiste!", she protests. “But yes, I am very clear,” the young man will retort. At present, no investigation has been opened and the Paris 2024 committee has not yet communicated on the subject.

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