French author releases controversial fourth book about having an incestuous relationship with her abusive father age 26 revealing he ‘enslaved her under the pretense of loving her’

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  • French writer Christine Angot, 62, writes books about incest with her father
  • The brutal sexual abuse she was subjected to at the age of 13 to 16 has been revealed
  • In new book, claims rekindled relationship with her at age 26, cutting contact age to 28

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A controversial French author has published a book Which tells how she had an incestuous relationship at the age of 26 after her father raped her as a child.

Writer and journalist Christine Engot, now 62, has written extensively about the fact that her estranged father, Pierre Angote, was repeatedly raped from ages 13 to 16 in three fictional biographies.

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Prior to this, she had no relationship with her father, who refused to recognize her as one of his children when she was born.

His latest work, travel to the eastPublished by Flammarion, reveals that at the age of 26, she contacted her father ten years later, and began a sexual relationship with him that lasted a few months, definitively breaking up with him at the age of 28. before.

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In the book, Engot explained in excruciating detail how her father dressed her up, first ever meeting her and then meeting her demands whenever she was one step ahead of finally kissing him on the lips.

She also revealed that people close to her and her father knew about her sexual relationship, from her ex-husband to her half-sister and even her mother.

She explained that she had concluded that her father had ‘enslaved’ her through the pretense of love, that he had ‘felt something and had not forbade himself to act on it’ and that she had ‘Second’. Class daughter.’

French author and journalist Christine Angote, now 62, has written extensively about the fact that her estranged father, Pierre Angote, was repeatedly raped from ages 13 to 16 in three fictional biographies.

The abuse began shortly after Christine visited her father at age 13, pictured, with her mother during a trip to the east of France, where he lived.

The abuse began shortly after Christine visited her father at age 13, pictured, with her mother during a trip to the east of France, where he lived.

Angot has written four books about her now-immoral relationship with her father, including east trip Being the latest and most critically acclaimed.

After her meeting with her mother in Strasbourg for the first time, Angott’s father kissed her on the lips to tell her goodbye when the mother was not looking.

Angot explained that she immediately thought it was incest and thought to herself ‘Oh, this thing is happening to me.’

During a phone call a few weeks after the meeting, her father told her that she had had an erection and that it showed that he loved her ‘more than he could possibly have.’

Angot's new book reveals she had sex with her father at age 26 after he abused her as a child

angote new book Turns out he had sex with his father at the age of 26, when he abused her as a child

In the fictional autobiography, she described how she felt the first time her father had inappropriate physical contact with her.

The couple was in their car one weekend, and he held his hand high on her thigh, stroking her as he drove.

Angot wrote that the gesture made her feel uncomfortable, but she could not admit that something unusual was amiss.

‘Something was wrong. I knew It was not right. I wish he hadn’t touched me. I liked to think that it wasn’t out of bounds, that it was okay. If I didn’t, I wouldn’t know how to act,’ she wrote.

Every time Angot saw her father, the grooming would escalate, and she would blame herself for it.

She revealed in the book she went from kissing and touching her to touching her vagina, teaching her how to perform bj on her and would subject her to more perverted acts, sometimes in public.

The only thing she managed to get out of him was that he would not enter her.

Angot reveals that she had thought of telling her mother, but words could not come up to say that her father and her had an incestuous relationship.

As Angot grew older, he began talking to his father about what he was doing to her, worried that he would take her virginity, saying that their relationship was ‘dangerous’.

To this her father replied: ‘On the contrary, you risk nothing with a man who loves you.

She further said that it was thanks to her that she would have the experience of meeting a lover and that in some cultures, incest was a symbol of distinction.

He asked her to have a real father-daughter relationship, but even if she agreed, he would eventually pass her on, or pretend she was deliberately trying to wake him.

The author portrayed in the early 2000s explained that her father had used sex to 'enslave' her and that he treated her like a 'second-grade child'.

The author portrayed in the early 2000s explained that her father had used sex to ‘enslave’ her and that he treated her like a ‘second-grade child’.

She explained that despite the incest she kept in touch with her father as she hoped that one day he would have a normal relationship with her.

She also revealed that her father used to force her to have anal sex with him.

At the age of 16, Angot began dating a man named Mark, who was one of her mother’s co-workers, and was 31 years old. His mother knew about the relationship.

To her, he admitted that he had an incestuous relationship with his own father, and he told her to tell his father to stop. The two men met over dinner and then went to the movies with Angot, who was 16 at the time.

She claimed in the book that her father put her hand through the fly of her trousers and when Mark saw this, he grabbed her hand and did the same.

An altercation broke out between the two youths over incest. Mark also told his mother, who had contracted salpingitis, a condition that occurs when a fallopian tube becomes infected, and pretended he didn’t know about the incest for several days.

Angot told her father that she did not want to see him again, and he replied in a letter to her, where she said that she was ‘stabbing in his heart.’

He wrote that what he had told his mother was very serious and would require him to recover from the injury he had inflicted upon her. That he was disappointed with her and that she was unjust.

After her second breakup, Angot did not see her father for ten years and went on to study law.

She had boyfriends, one of whom…

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