Malika Ménard confided in a traumatic episode of her childhood and in the “last moments” at the bedside of her father, who was very ill…
It’s summer…and the time when celebrities open up about their vacation memories! Interviewed by the magazine Closer, Malika Menardelected Miss France in 2010, told a traumatic event. “My mother raised my brother and me alone, and as she worked a lot, she dropped us off with our grandparents in Guidel in Morbihan.. ” Summers in the sweetness of Brittany for the young woman, in the warmth of the family home. However, an episode experienced during a summer camp left her with lifelong scars…
Malika Ménard: her “dramatic camp experience”
“My first camp experience at 12 was dramaticshe says again to Closer. “It was in Houlgate, in Normandy and the boys made fun of me quite a bit, including one who had fun stealing my shoes.And to continue:I chased him to his room. I tapped on the bay window to open it but it shattered.” The window explodes on impact and cuts his hand deeply.
Malika Ménard: “I no longer have any feeling in this hand”
“As a result, the median nerve in my right hand was severed and since then I I have no more feeling in this hand“, she explained. An accident of life which only reinforced the tenacity of the young woman.
Recently, the 35-year-old beauty queen showed strength of character after another injury, this time to her leg. After long months of immobilization, she had had the joy of resuming physical activity. “I never really liked running. I did it mostly to please. my father, a former marathon runner who no longer has the use of his legs. But I didn’t really enjoy it.” she confided to her subscribers when she resumed sport on July 10.
Malika Ménard “enjoys the last moments” of her dad
Unfortunately, Malika Ménard’s dad is affected “very heavilyof Charcot’s disease. The young woman has therefore planned to go to Nîmes this summer “to enjoy his daddy’s last moments“. Today, she uses her notoriety to shed light and raise awareness of Charcot disease with the Arsla association.