However, the pretty 35-year-old brunette did mention this painful period of her life during an interview with Evelyne Thomas on Non Stop People. “You went to radio in 2013 for the show Lovin’Fun on Fun Radio, until 2015“, first recalled Evelyne Thomas, revealing that her guest had gone through six months of depression.”I was the only girl in a men’s team, the MeToo movement did not exist, and I suffered a lot of attacks on being a woman and being a Muslim“, said Karima Charni.”Some tried to protect me but they did not have the weapons, they were afraid for their CDI, their job. It was hard, intense … We took team photos with the band, and I had to fight so that hands didn’t end up on my chest or on my butt, we were there. “
Karima Charni may have tried to warn her superiors, she continued, for lack of evidence, to suffer the bad behavior of her colleagues. “Until the day I am insulted.
Fortunately Karima Charni ended up overcoming this ordeal thanks to those close to her, but also to her determination to make a living from her passion. This is how she won her place in 2018 on LCI’s morning show to present the culture column.