Galliano guilty of anti-Semitic insults, given suspended fine
Fashion designer John Galliano was found guilty of using anti-Semitic insults and given a suspended fine on Thursday, at the end of his trial in a Paris court.
The British designer was convicted in connection with two separate incidents in the same Paris bar.
He was fined 4,000 euros for the incident, which took place on 24 February 2011, and 2,000 euros for a second incident on 8 October 2010.
Galliano must also pay nominal damages to those he insulted, as well as the costs of the antiracist organisations who brought the case.