Directed “Bohemian Rhapsody” deprived BAFTA nomination due to accusations of pedophilia

The film “Bohemian Rhapsody” became the most popular in 2018. Thousands of people around the world immediately after viewing the pictures said that this was the best they had ever seen.

For that “Bohemian Rhapsody” was included in the list of winners of the British Academy of film and television arts (BAFTA). Work will compete for the title of “Outstanding British film”.

Today on the official BAFTA website reported that the film’s Director Bryan singer was eliminated from the list of nominees. All because of accusations of pedophilia.

After the worldwide thundered the success of “Bohemian Rhapsody”, a US court has been numerous lawsuits. Unknown men said that Bryan singer raped them underage.

Consequently, BAFTA decided to remove the nominee from the list of nominees of the award because they believe such behavior is unacceptable. If the defendant is able to prove his innocence, he will receive the award.

By the way, over the course of time prove innocence will be extremely difficult.

The Director said that first sees these people. Apparently, someone really wanted to cash in on the success of Bryan singer.

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