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Last week, Dior creative director John Galliano
was suspended from his post after he was arrested for allegedly making anti-semitic remarks at a trendy Parisian cafe. A woman named Geraldine Bloch claimed the fashion designer had made a series of inflammatory statements, while other eyewitnesses claimed Galliano had merely insulted the woman's bag.
Unfortunately for Galliano, it seems there is now video evidence that gives credence to Bloch's story.
A video released by UK tabloid The Sun
shows a clearly intoxicated Galliano drawling, "I love Hitler ... People like you would be dead. Your mothers, your forefathers, would be f****** gassed."
Expect an official statement from Dior anytime now, followed by a series of statements from celeb friends defending the designer's honor.
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