Luc Besson may be deprived of liberty on the basis of the lawsuit, which was filed by his former assistant. French Prosecutor demands to deprive of Director Luc Besson freedom for 10 months probation. His former assistant, he was fired during her sick leave.
The court case became known in the beginning of the year. A woman who worked as an assistant Besson, accused the legendary Director that he illegally fired her. It is known that she worked at the film Studio EuropaCorp assistant Director, and for a time was in the official sick leave.
Luc Besson, photo: kino-teatr.ru
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It was during the vacation of the assistant to Luc Besson released her from the company for “serious misconduct”. The plaintiff also noted terrible behavior directed towards her.
In addition to the prison Director and his company could face a fine. The decision trial, which took place on 27 November, will be announced January 8, 2020.
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