Last year, in Cannes, Variety notified the absence of Judith Chemla at the Cannes premiere of the film My brothers and me, in which she plays one of the main roles. According to the media, the actress would have filed a complaint on July 4, 2021 for physical violence on the part of her companion, who would have thrown a mobile phone at her face in public. He too was absent from the preview of his film. This weekend, Judith Chemla spoke on Instagram by relaying photos of her swollen face, accompanied by a moving text which details the violence suffered. She never mentions the name of her ex-boyfriend, but refers to him as the “father of her daughter” and accuses him of continuing to harm her by exerting psychological pressure. “A year ago, my face was injured, blue, purple under my eye, I saw myself distorted A year ago I looked at my face in the mirror and knew that I could no longer hide my face My daughter’s father Those who are capable of doing that, they must be out of harm’s way. […] What does it take to make him leave me alone? […] I can not stand it anymore. I demand to have peace. Is it clearer like that?” On May 12, Judith Chemla’s ex-companion was given an eight-month suspended prison sentence for domestic violence (harassment, violence and home invasion), according to information from Franceinfo Revealed in the film Camille redouble by Noémie Lvovsky, the actress and opera singer is currently appearing in Les Goûts et les Couleurs by Michel Leclerc.