So much for gay Dior designer John Galliano’s attempt to portray himself as an innocent victim in the Paris cafe fracas. Having allegedly hurled anti-Semitic slurs at a couple dining next to him at La Perle last week, Galliano has since attacked the couple accusing him of the barrage, saying they’re defaming him in the press. Except this cell phone video recording of a separate incident involving Galliano, obtained by the The Sun clearly shows the suspended designer isn’t exactly in love with Jewish people once he gets a few drinks in him.
Yes, that’s him offering euphemisms like “I love Hitler” and “People like you would be dead. Your mothers, your forefathers, would all be f****** gassed and f****** dead.” The couple his was attacking this time were French and Italian, and not Jewish. Says the couple’s friend, who filmed the encounter: “Galliano was sitting alone nursing his drink, when a few of us sat at the next table. Galliano kept intruding, throwing in comments about us and what we were saying. We knew who he was. He’s instantly recognisable. We were stunned by what Galliano was saying, but then he started making vile anti-Semitic comments. His words were disgusting. He made it clear the Italian girls weren’t welcome and should go home. This was pure racism.”