“After the Hanouna show on Friday 100% in charge and vengeful against my review of the week, we are once again seizing Arcom. Is there a limit on TV?”, tweeted the leader of LFI .

On Friday, the star presenter of C8 Cyril Hanouna said on the set of the program “Touche pas à mon poste” that he would no longer invite La France insoumise, in response to Jean-Luc Mélenchon who the day before had declared in a video on Youtube that his “friends” were coming on this show because “when we come to your house, we know we’re breaking into a pro-far-right set, organized for the far-right, made for the far right”.

“You are show organizers and we sneak into your shows to carry our word”, he added, specifying: “Do not delude yourself for a moment about what our presence means. We are not your friends and we we’ll never be.”

Responding to the LFI leader, Cyril Hanouna replied on Friday that “to come to someone’s house you have to be invited”. “And there for the moment, it is myself who says it, for the moment LFI until further notice, they are no longer invited on the set”.

The host brought out videos showing moments of complicity with Jean-Luc Mélenchon. “One day we will meet again my Jean-Luc. I hope that one day we will talk to each other and then that you will come back here and that you will be happy, and that you will tweet behind. Jean-Luc, you should never have done this video,” he added.

LFI has already seized the Regulatory Authority for Audiovisual and Digital Communication (Arcom) for the first time, following an altercation that took place on November 10 on the TPMP set between the star presenter of C8 and Louis Boyard, LFI deputy and former columnist for the show.

Cyril Hanouna had showered insults on the young deputy who had just accused the “five richest people” in France of “impoverishing Africa”, quoting billionaire Vincent Bolloré, owner of the Canal group, to which C8 belongs.

A member of the Council of State will study the possibility of a sanction, at the request of the Administrative Authority.

Cyril Hanouna and Louis Boyard have also each announced that they want to file a complaint against the other.