Probably, he grew violent towards paramedics and policing during his stay in Poland for the Camerimage film festival
MANILA, Philippines – Matthew Libatique, an Oscar-nominated cinematographer and a photography director, was responsible for an attack on Wednesday, November 14 (Thursday, November 15 in the Philippines) after claiming that he was impressive on public officials during his stay for the Camerimage film festival in Poland, an annual collection of leading world photography directors.
The alleged day attack happened earlier, on Tuesday, November 13 (Wednesday, November 14 in the Philippines).
According to Y Hollywood Reporter, An ambulance was called after Libaque was seen in a hotel in the City of Bydgoszcz "stunning, and there was a change."
"The patient was suddenly aggressive towards medical rescuers, using abusive work and the head of the emergency medical team," said Krzysztof Wisniewski's ambulance officer at Pwyla TVN24 broadcaster. The injured paramedic suffered from broken tooth and other injuries.
Police spokesman Monika Chlebicz said he had also attacked the police and said he appeared to be very toxic, with surface injuries. Libatique was sent to hospital after the event.
Libatique for five years old is due in court on Thursday, November 15 (Friday, November 16 in the Philippines), and if he is found guilty by the law of Poland, he can face a prison sentence of up to 3 years.
Matthew Libatique worked on cinematography Star is born, directed by Bradley Cooper. He was also nominated for the Academy Award for his work in Black Swan in 2010. (READ: Who is Matthew Libatique, Fil-Am's movie cinematographer of Star Is Born? & # 39;) –Rappler.com