’Public lynching’ fears make Roman Polanski pull out of France’s Cesar awards

’Public lynching’ fears make Roman Polanski pull out of France’s Cesar awards

Roman Polanski, the director of the film J’accuse would not attend the Cesar awards ceremony due to fears of ’public lynching’ by feminists. Women’s rights activists have pledged to disrupt the ceremony and are furious with the judges over the various nominations the director has received for his movies.

Sandra
Sandra
porcus
porcus 0 months

Child rapists SHOULD be afraid.

Daddy Tito
Daddy Tito 0 months

You think those kids were afraid when he diddled them?

Redscorpion8
Redscorpion8 0 months

po💩🤬

Monster Mash
Monster Mash 0 months

I would have changed that sign to "why is Polanski still free?" He deserves a cell next to Cosby and Weinstein.

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