John Galliano Apologizes for Behavior but Denies Claims of Anti-Semitism

A day after being fired from his post as creative director for high fashion label Christian Dior, John Galliano apologized -- not for the anti-Semitic remarks he allegedly made at a Paris bar, but for "allowing myself to be seen to be behaving in the worst possible light." "I fully accept that the accusations made against me have greatly shocked and upset people," Galliano said today in a statement released by his lawyers. "I only have myself to blame and I know that I must face up to my own...Full Story
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