Fashion designer John Galliano, who was accused of making anti-Semitic insults at a Paris cafe and was later captured on videotape praising Adolf Hitler, will go to trial on June 22, according to the Associated Press. Prosecutors say that Galliano, who was fired from Dior after the videotape surfaced, could face up to six months in prison and $31,000 in fines for prejudicial public insults.

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