Dior Drops Sharon Stone From All Ads After Karma Comment

May 30, 2008

French fashioni house Christian Dior SA has dropped Sharon Stone from all advertisements following her comments that the earthquakes in China were a result of bad karma.Beijing (ChattahBox) – French fashion house Christian Dior SA has dropped Sharon Stone from all advertisements following her comments that the earthquakes in China were a result of bad karma.

Stone stated that the bad karma was due to the way in which China poorly treated the people of Tibet.

Dior has made it clear that they want to get as far away from the comments of Sharno Stoen as they can, as they have completely dropped all ads featuring her.

Sharon Stone stated at the Cannes film festival that she was “not happy” with the way in which China has treated Tibet.

“And then this earthquake happened,” she stated, “And I said, Is that karma? When you’re not nice that the bad things happen to you.”

Sharon Stone has since come out and apologized for the remarks, but it may be too late.


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2 Responses to “Dior Drops Sharon Stone From All Ads After Karma Comment”

  1. stonecoldfox on May 30th, 2008 11:17 am

    Too bad nobody can fathom the apparent cause and effect of the Chinese leaders treatment of humanity and the resulting “karma” in the manner of “mother nature”. Too bad for China, but Stone deserves credit for her insight and bravery.

  2. stonecoldfox on May 30th, 2008 11:18 am

    Too bad nobody can fathom the apparent cause and effect of the Chinese leaders treatment of humanity and the resulting “karma” in the manner of “mother nature”. Too bad for China, but Stone deserves credit for her insight and bravery.

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