If convicted guilty of sexual assault, “Crash” filmmaker Paul Haggis would have his name removed from a park in his Canadian birthplace if the city council has its way.
Since his recent arrest in Italy for reportedly forcing a lady to have sex with him at a bed and breakfast, there is a growing campaign to modify the Oscar-winning filmmaker’s 2011 honor of Paul Haggis Park in South London, Ontario.
Elizabeth Peloza, a member of the London City Council whose district includes Paul Haggis Park, tells TMZ that she is actively watching Paul’s case and that, should he be found guilty, she would file a motion to have his name immediately removed from the park.
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Peloza claims that the accusations against Paul are serious and that she is dedicated to making the park a safe place for women and girls, which is why she would support clearing his name.
Paul’s attorney maintains that his client is innocent of the charges, but in practice, it’s likely that the director is more worried about preserving his freedom than retaining his name associated with the park.
However, Haggis’ case’s verdict might have an impact on how future maps of his city are drawn.
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