June 02, 2021 2:06 pm
It was March 13 when Christian Jessen offended the Italians in full pandemic. The doctor and TV presenter earned articles in many British and Italian newspapers for his statement that leaves no room for interpretation: “It might be a little racist to say, you must excuse me, but doesn’t this seem like an excuse? Italians, for whatever reason, are ready to turn everything off and stop working, so as to allow themselves a long siesta. “Speaking of the coronavirus emergency, the Independent reported, the doctor claimed there was too much alarmism: “I really think it’s just a bad cold and people are a lot more worried than they should.”
The doctor saw the media coverage of his statements was forced to apologize, but it was too late.
The doctor who offended the Italians now risks bankruptcy
The conductor is now in great economic difficulties and has returned to talk about himself for the decision to ask for help with a crowdfunding. Another statement, written in a tweet in 2019, addressed to the outgoing Northern Irish Prime Minister, Arlene Foster, puts him in this difficult situation. A claim so serious, on an alleged extra-marital affair, that he ended up in court and was then sentenced to pay 125 thousand pounds (about 150 thousand euros) to Foster. Christian Jessen, however, stated that he did not have the required amount: “I therefore ask you to help me pay this debt”. On GoFundMe, Jessen also explains that the sentence took place despite her mental health is not perfect, on the site we read: “The last year, or so, has been very difficult for me because I have struggled with some serious health problems. and knowing that you have your support is extremely encouraging “(The last year or so has been very difficult for me as I have struggled with some serious mental health problems and knowing I have your support is hugely encouraging and affirming. I’m very grateful).