" (Fashionista) • In a verdict that, based on the overwhelming evidence comes as no surprise to anyone, John Galliano has been found guilty of making anti-Semitic slurs. In true celebrity fashion, Mr. Galliano will be fined... only if he doesn't make any more anti-Semitic slurs in public....

Dior suspends designer John Galliano after arrest CNN International By the CNN Wire Staff Paris (CNN) — Days before the fashion catwalk known as the Oscars' red carpet and right before Paris Fashion Week, Christian Dior on Friday suspended designer John Galliano for allegedly making...

Stephane Zerbib, the lawyer hired by John Galliano to fight his anti-Semitism case, has been axed, according to Galliano. His London-based publicist Jo Milloy said Aurélien Hamelle at Metzner Associés in Paris has been appointed to represent the designer in the face of allegations he uttered...

Then a video hit the web showing an inebriated Galliano insulting a fellow cafe client, slurring "I love Hitler." Dior fired Galliano after 14 years with the company and denounced his comments. Next Galliano apologized for his remarks, saying: "Anti-Semitism and racism have no part in our...

Galliano at his trial in June. A court in Paris convicted John Galliano of anti-Semitic slurs, but he will not serve jail time. He was issued a suspended €4,000 fine (meaning he'll have to pay if he screws up again) for slinging anti-Semitic insults at a couple in a Paris café and was...

The Paris courts have found fashion designer John Galliano guilty of making anti-Semitic slurs. According to reports the designer will not be serving jail time. He was sentenced to pay a fine, although the exact amount is still unknown. Reports vary from 6,000 to 17,500 Euros. Although, he...

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By Erin Weinger on September 8, 2011 Seems fitting that on the very same day the style world is celebrating Fashion's Night Out, former Dior designer John Galliano has been found guilty of making anti-Semitic remarks at a bar earlier this year. Seeing as how he's lost his career,...

The verdict came in yesterday for John Galliano... and it wasn't ideal, but it could have be much worse. The British designer was found guilty of anti-Semitism and fined a total of 13,500 euros. The result comes after aseven hour trial in June which saw Galliano testify to a Paris court...

John Galliano had his day in court today, a correctional court in Paris, although the designer himself was not present. The verdict? Guilty. The court handed down a total fine of €17,500, which includes €4,000 for February's alcohol-fueled, anti-Semitic rant in a café that cost him his job as...

 

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