Alexandre Benalla admits being ‘vigorous’ during May Day incident that cost him his job with French president

The former bodyguard to Emmanuel Macron who was sacked after footage emerged of him appearing to attack a protester has described how his boyhood dream of working at the Elysée Palace ended in a moment of impulsive madness.

Alexandre Benalla was charged with gang violence after footage emerged of the alleged attack during May Day demonstrations in Paris at which he was supposed to be an observer.

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