Galliano has denied all accusations in last week's incident at a Paris cafe La Perle and has since filed a counterclaim for defamation, injury and menace against the couple. A new video of the designer emerged this morning, filmed by people at La Perle, who have also filed a separate...

After reportedly making anti-semitic remarks to a couple in a Paris cafe, a second complaint has been filed against designer John Galliano, for a similar incident back in October. The creative director of Christian Dior has denied all allegations against him after meeting his accusers at a...

Dior, controlled by French luxury goods tycoon Bernard Arnault, abruptly fired Galliano on day one of Paris fashion week in March as he was officially charged with pronouncing anti-Semitic insults at a cafe in the French capital. Last weekend, John Galliano- who has denied the accusations...

As is the case with virtually any news story these days, the developments in the John Galliano story ⎯the designer being accused of hurling anti-Semitic insults at an (incidentally non-Jewish) couple while drinking at the Paris café, Le Perle⎯can be measured in tweets, quotes and snippets....

John Galliano's legal woes don't seem to be dissipating. The troubled designer will have legal action taken him by his former lawyer Stéphane Zerbib. Speaking to WWD, Zerbib confirmed that he and his lawyer, Emma Lapijower, were filing a defamation charge against Galliano. The news comes...

>> John Galliano is currently at a Paris police station, meeting with his accuser to get things sorted out, but a second complaint against the designer — this one, too, alleging anti-Semitic remarks — was filed Saturday with Paris police. An unnamed woman claimed that she was the victim of a...

Géraldine Bloch claims that she and her friend, of Asian origin, faced anti-Semitic and racist slurs from Galliano. Galliano has since filed a defamation suit against Bloch. Sleek-mag.com quotes an unnamed eyewitness who claims that the incident was started by Bloch and was not racist. The...

In lieu of recent events involving John Galliano, the iconic brand Dior has fired head designer after a video surfaced of Galliano saying "I love Hitler" and other anti-Semetic remarks. Dior's president and chief executive officer, Sidney Toledano said, "I condemn most firmly the statements...

Less than a week after was stripped of his Chevalier of the Legion of Honor award, the designer reportedly filed a suit against Dior. The Daily Telegraph included this juicy bit in a post about Galliano suing Dior in French court: Separately, it is believed that Galliano has lodged an...

Galliano's lawyer Stephane Zerbib spoke to WWD today in an effort to set the record straight. According to Zerbib, the reason Galliano went to the police station Thursday night was to provide witness statements supporting his story. One of those witnesses was Galliano's driver. He has...

 

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