Monday, September 28

And they think Polanski is sleazy

Once again the media displays towering unintended irony and put their foot in their mouth. In the latest frenzy involving Roman Polanski they have ignored the victim's desire for privacy even after her dig at said media for intruding on her privacy.

"What happened that night, it's hard to believe, but it paled in comparison to what happened to me in the next year of my life," she said last year, when she appeared in a documentary about problems with the case. In the end, she was relieved when Polanski fled because reporters stopped calling.

"He did something really gross to me, but it was the media that ruined my life," she told People in 1997. Geimer did not comment Sunday, when the events of 31 years ago resurfaced once more and reporters started knocking on her door again.

Some people never learn.

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