Oscar-winner Natalie Portman, who is the spokesmodel for Miss Dior Cherie perfume, has released a statement saying she’s disgusted by Dior head designer John Galliano, who’s accused of making anti-Semitic comments. On a cell phone videotape he was caught saying to two women, whom he believed to be Jewish: “I love Hitler” and “People like you would be dead today. Your mothers, your forefathers would be f***ing gassed and f***ing dead.” The tape was made by a friend of the women, who were Italian and French, but not Jewish. The videographer told British paper The Sun: “Galliano was sitting alone nursing his drink, when a few of us sat at the next table. Galliano kept intruding, throwing in comments about us and what we were saying… We were stunned by what Galliano was saying, but then he started making vile anti-Semitic comments. His words were disgusting.” Several days later at a Parisian café, Galliano allegedly pulled a woman’s hair, called her a “dirty Jew face” and threatened to kill her Asian male friend. Police were called and Galliano was arrested. He has since been suspended by fashion label Christian Dior. Portman’s statement read: “I am deeply shocked and disgusted by the video. In light of this video, and as an individual who is proud to be Jewish, I will not be associated with Mr. Galliano in any way. I hope at the very least, these terrible comments remind us to reflect and act upon combating these still-existing prejudices that are the opposite of all that is beautiful.” Ironically, Galliano was named one of “the most influential gay people in Britain” by The Independent newspaper. Hitler also sent homosexuals to concentration camps, where they were either castrated, experimented on, tortured, and if they were considered “incurable,” were gassed.