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On a trip to the Hamptons with mother and daughter, the aunt said the girl told her that Cassidy “gave her a wine cooler.” The teen later denied he gave her liquor.Cassidy also bought the teen designer eyeglasses, Nike sneakers, a wool coat, a gold and diamond-chip accessory and an i Phone. Cassidy told her he would marry her when she turned 18,” the aunt told investigators the girl confided.He “was very rich and would give her a house, a car, credit cards and security.” The girl begged her aunt not to tell anyone, but the aunt told the teen’s father.What is clear is that when Emmanuel met Brigitte, we couldn’t just say, ‘That’s great’.” But she added: “What mattered to me was not the fact he was having a relationship with Brigitte but that he was alive and there weren’t any problems.” Realising the affair would not be a passing phase, she is said to have told the teacher: “Don’t you see? But he won’t have children with you.” His father, Jean-Michel Macron, revealed he “almost fell off his chair” when he learned about his son’s lover: “When Emmanuel met Brigitte, we certainly did not say, ‘How wonderful!” The shaken parents met Ms Trogneux and asked her not to see their son again until he reached adulthood, but she defiantly told them she couldn’t “promise anything”.