In a letter addressed to senators, the Senate doctor, who has just been fired, blames a medical assistant whose behavior he reported. The latter would blackmail an elected official with a sex tape.
Doctor Lmahdi speaks with emotion of this “sad affair”. The Senate doctor for five years was dismissed on December 23 for “serious misconduct”. “It seems to me that my work is irreproachable,” he says in a letter addressed to senators, which BFMTV was able to consult, claiming to be the victim of a “cabal”.
The real reason for this measure would be, according to him, his report to the institution’s HR of the behavior of a medical assistant.
A woman who would be protected? This “dark affair” which takes place in the cozy setting of the Senate is in reality a sex tape which features a former senator with whom the medical assistant had a relationship. The latter, according to The chained Duck, filmed him “pants on his ankles” frolicking with her in her office. So far, nothing reprehensible, but the sequence would have become a “pressure lever in the event of possible difficulties”.
On December 23, Doctor El Hassan Lmahdi received a letter with acknowledgment of receipt notifying him of his dismissal. A measure, which falls on the day of the start of his vacation, and which closes a period “very deteriorated with the senior administration”. “For five years, there has never been the slightest complaint or even criticism towards me,” he wrote in a letter to his colleagues at the Luxembourg Palace. So he asks himself: “What am I being accused of?”
Officially, human resources highlight a non-compliance with certain clauses of his contract and the prescription of sick leave to Senator Joël Guerriau, accused of having drugged a deputy. He highlights the “great psychological distress” of the elected official. The work stoppage would have “very greatly upset the President” of the Senate. “I have never failed or failed in my professional and ethical duties,” the doctor would like to point out.
According to him, the real reason for this hasty dismissal is to be found in his alerts made to human resources concerning a medical assistant. A professional recruited “with a truncated identity, on the basis of false diplomas and with a false professional background”. Doctor Lmahdi believes that the administration should have alerted the courts to “this extremely serious usurpation”.
“She can fire anyone she wants.”
The doctor also criticizes the medical assistant for having “increased her salary by more than 45% in less than 3 years and perpetuated her status by using her relations with the said authority of the Senate”. A professional who “allowed herself to enter without authorization” into Doctor Lmahdi’s office, allowing him to have access to “the medical files” of all elected officials. In response to this behavior, the doctor highlights the statements of the assistant who “boasted of having compromising elements of her lover”.
“I understood that by reporting and reporting this information, my fate was sealed, especially since the said elements do exist,” he further punctuates.
And for good reason, according to him, the medical assistant did not hesitate “to explain that she had the possibility of ‘firing’ whoever she wanted”. The doctor states in this letter, in which he says he “was very happy to have been the doctor of the Senate”, that he will with his lawyer “exercise the legal remedy for unfair dismissal and abuse of power”.