It figures that Woody Allen, the guy who married his daughter or adopted daughter or step daughter or whatever Soon Yi was when they started messing around, thinks that Roman Polanski is a great guy. "It's something that happened many years ago... he has suffered.... He has paid his due," Allen told French radio station RTL. He's an artist, he's a nice person, he did something wrong and he paid for it. They (his critics) are not happy unless he pays the rest of his life. They would be happy if they could execute him in a firing squad. Enough is enough."
This was after the new allegations made by Charlotte Lewis (above) on Friday who said Roman Polanski abused her every way imaginable when she was 16. Polanski's supporters are giving her an awful time for coming forward because she appeared in a movie of his 3 years after the alleged abuse. Why is that so hard to understand? She was 16 when it happened. You don't think something like that would mess you up when you are 16?
Meanwhile, the French seemed to think Michael Douglas would be happy to sign the famous petition to keep Roman Polanski from being extradited. They would be wrong. Michael refused to sign. Mr. Douglas you just got yourself a customer to go see Wall Street 2.