The French actress Brigitte Bardot has returned on Thursday to be in the focus of the controversy after affirming that, against what the French authorities recommend, it is not going to be vaccinated against the Covid-19 because it is "allergic to all chemical products ".
In an interview with the magazine Gala, Bardot, 87, he adds that even when he traveled to Africa he refused to vaccinate against yellow fever, a mandatory injection to enter into some countries of the continent.
"My doctor then wrote me a false certificate, I went, and I came back in full way," he confesses. The protagonist of films like ET Dieu ... Believe the Femme (and God created the woman), De Roger Vadim, considers that she is well of health.
"Obviously I'm 87 years old, but I do not see them, I do not have gray, I'm very thin. I have a double hip osteoarthritis, I'm with crutches, but if you put a rumba, a cha-chacha, to the gipsy kings or something Flamenco, I'm looking forward to moving ... "he added in statements collected by the LCI chain.
In addition, Bardot affirmed that "reminiscences of cannibalism from past centuries" that "should be prohibited."
In February 2021, in an interview with the Italian magazine Oggi, he considered that the Coronavirus was "something good" since it is "a kind of self-regulation of a superpopulation that we are not able to control".
In 2018, Bardot also burned the networks after saying that most of the recent allegations of harassment in cinema are "hypocritical cases" and argued that many artists "heat the producers to have a role."
Bardot is currently focused on a foundation that bears its name and dedicated to the protection of the rights of animals in France and other countries, with public allegations against hunting or bullfighting.Updated Date: 07 January 2022, 09:22