Actresses went out of “French Oscars” to protest Roman Polanski win

Roman Polanski is a French film director, actor, producer, and writer. He was born on August 18, 1933, in Paris, and his original name is “Raymond Thierry Liebling.”. In 1978, Polanski was a criminal from the United States criminal equity framework. He fled the nation while anticipating condemning in his sexual maltreatment case, in which he confessed to statutory rape.  

Roman Polanski

A few ladies left France’s movie foundation as it displayed its adaptation of the Oscars on Friday, where chief Roman Polanski’s most recent film is up for the most honors. Also, the women’s rights activists protested outside that Paris concert hall. After a French lady brought another assault allegation against Roman Polanski, he decided there to leave the Paris concert hall. He left due to these earlier protests performed by women’s gatherings denouncing the 12 nominations for “An Officer and a Spy.” A couple of hundred dissidents wielding signs with expressions of “Unfortunate casualties, we trust you” and “No to exemption” collected outside the Salle Pleyel lobby before the start of this Oscar ceremony. These female actresses protestor’s chanted again and again that we are here, we are here, even Roman Polanski does not want to. But we are here for justice. 

Roman Polanski gave a statement:

This week, Roman Polanski gave a speech. In that statement, he said that this function was turning into a “civil lynching.”. So that he decided not to be a part of this function. Furthermore, he said that he did this for the security reasons of his wife, children, and colleagues. 

Roman Polanski is yet in demand in the United States. He is a criminal, as he raped a 13-year old female in 1977. He confessed to unlawful sex with a minor yet fled the nation just before condemning.

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