French actress Brigitte Bardot was once again at the center of controversy this Thursday after stating that, contrary to what the French authorities recommend, she is not going to be vaccinated against covid-19 because is “allergic to all chemicals”.
In an interview with Gala magazine, 87-year-old Bardot adds that even when he traveled to Africa he refused to be vaccinated against yellow fever , a mandatory injection to enter in some countries of the continent.
“My doctor at the time wrote me a false certificate. I went (to Africa) and came back in top shape “, he confessed.
The protagonist of films such as “Et Dieu … créa la femme” (“And God created woman”), by Roger Vadim, considered that he is in good health.
“Obviously I'm 87 years old, but I don't look like it. No I have gray hair, I am very thin. I have double hip osteoarthritis, I walk on crutches, but if you give me a rumba, a cha-cha-chá, the Gipsy Kings or some flamenco, I have a desire to move … “, he added in statements collected by the LCI chain.
The actress has been involved in other controversies in The last few months. Last November, she was sentenced to pay a fine of 20,000 euros (more than $ 23,000 at current exchange rates) for racist insults by claiming that the inhabitants of the French island of La Reunion “have kept their wild genes.”
In addition, Bardot claimed that there are “reminiscences of cannibalism of past centuries “that” should be prohibited. “
In February 2021, in an interview with the Italian magazine Oggi, considered that the coronavirus was “a good thing” since it is “a kind of self-regulation of an overpopulation that does not we are able to control “.
In 2018, Bardot also set the networks on fire after stating that most of the recent complaints of harassment in the cinema are “hypocritical cases” and he argued that many artists “warm up producers to have a role.”
Bardot is currently focused on a foundation that bears his name and which is dedicated to the protection of the der facts of the animals in France and in other countries, with public allegations against hunting or bullfighting. AND