Galliano also spoke of the death of his business partner and father, as well as the "lethal mixture" of Valium that he was taking before he went into rehab. "My body was becoming used to the pills, so my intake increased to an amount that I can't actually remember how many I was taking", he said in court.
Two witnesses defended Galliano by stating that they had not heard him say anything anti-Semitic throughout the dispute in the Paris bar. However, the designer will have to wait until 8 September before a verdict is reached.
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