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Friends, Roman, countrymen

He's not protesting his innocence but Roman Polanski also came out of a closet of sorts this week to say "enough already." Claiming that he did his jail time and that it should be over, Roman released his first statement over the sordid affair that's led him to a very-fancy-house arrest in Gstaad, Switzerland. He says he's running out of money; that he's being ruined for political gain and nothing else. Click to read what else he had to say.
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