Thursday, June 23, 2011

John Galliano. a low profile during the trial

They were expected, explanations of John Galliano, yesterday by the Criminal Chamber of the seventeenth Paris. And the designer did not pray. Interviewed as part of his trial for racial abuse, Galliano did not remain silent. The man explained that he had suffered from pressures at work and in no case meant what he said when he uttered the various insults: "I lost a dear friend, Steven Robinson.

He protected me from all that I am concentrating only on my creations. After his death, I had no one to protect me. I suffered anxiety attacks, panic. To overcome the increasing workload and media pressure, I had to take pills. "He said, telling her addiction to Valium, sleeping pills and alcohol.

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