Rapist and Film Director Roman Polanski Finally Admits to Child Rape…But What He Says Next Is Infuriating!

Roman Polanski, the director of “Rosemary’s Baby” and “Chinatown”, has been a notorious name in Hollywood ever since he was accused of raping a 13-year-old girl in 1977.

He has been in exile in Europe for the last several decades, complaining all the while how inconvenient it is to be accused of child rape and have to live in the lap of luxury in Europe while Hollywood elite continues to hold you in high esteem. The Polish-French director has even reportedly compared the American legal system to that of the Nazis.

The Polish-French director has even reportedly compared the American legal system to that of the Nazis.

However, as his days of getting away with child rape may be numbered, as new allegations arise, this time from a woman who was raped by Polanski at the age of 15, and courts refuse to dismiss his 40-year-old case.

The original accusations of rape came from then-13-year-old Samantha Gailey, who Polanski lured to his home under the guise of wanting to photograph her, and then drugged and brutally raped and sodomized her. When her mother found out, Polanski was arrested and charged but fled the country after being bailed out.

He has been very grumpy about not being sentenced to time served ever since. For brutally raping a 13-year-old girl. 

Stunningly, this week, Polanski admitted to raping the child–and rather than apologize, he expressed that he does not understand why no one will forget it.

“As far as what I did: It’s over. I pleaded guilty. I went to jail. I came back to the United States to do it, people forget about that, or don’t even know. I then was locked up here (in Zurich) after this festival. So in the sum, I did about 4 or 5 times than what was promised to me,” Polanksi said, according to the Daily Wire.

“It’s over,” he added.

The “4 or 5 times what was promised” to this child rapist was a grand total of 334 days in prison, between his brief imprisonment in the U.S. and some time he spent in Swiss prison, as well as a year under house arrest by the Swiss government.

The death penalty would be more appropriate for drugging and raping a child.

His lawyer recently petitioned for courts to allow him to return to California and have his charges dismissed, but California courts refused.

All the while, Hollywood elitists like Meryl Streep, who virtue signal constantly about the low moral standing of the President, has been one of Polanski’s most ardent supporters. I guess child rape is forgivable if you made a few edgy films 40 years ago.

The fact that no one bats an eye at Polanski’s gruesome crimes and refusal to take responsibility for them shows you just how depraved and sick our cultural reverence for Hollywood celebrities is. More and more we learn just how common pedophilia is among Hollywood elitists and yet very, very few abusers are ever brought to justice.

Hugh Hefner, who exploited thousands of women, went down in history as a legend despite publishing multiple images of fully nude little girls in his magazines, and for some reason, no one is in prison over this.

When the god of our culture is fame, glamour, and “edgy” art, morality goes out the window and being tried for child rape is a mere inconvenience on the road to success.

Roman Polanski might try the rest of his life to escape justice for raping children, but he won’t be able to escape justice for eternity. Sooner or later, he’ll hear from a Judge that he can’t flee from.

 

 

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