Jared Leto ‘gassed’ in protest | Celebrities
Jared Leto suffered “tear gas” after accidentally becoming involved in an anti-vaccination protest.
The 49-year-old singer and actor shared photos and videos of protesters clashing with police in riot gear in Rome on Saturday (9/10/21) and explained that he accidentally got stuck in the middle of the protest.
He wrote on his Instagram story: “I got caught in a protest in Italy. From what I understood it was about vaccination warrants / green pass. I got gas tear gas then I called it a night.
The protests campaigned against Italy’s mandate that all workers must have a COVID-19 Green Pass from October 15, which consists of a person’s vaccination record, proof of a negative test or confirmation that they had recently recovered from the virus.
The “House of Gucci” star has not revealed his position on the matter, but throughout the pandemic he has been pictured wearing a mask while in public and last month he was visibly the the only front row guest at Staud’s Fashion Week in New York. show that they are wearing a face cover.
Meanwhile, Jared recently admitted that he was intimidated by his “The Little Things” co-star Denzel Washington.
He said, “If he walked into the room, it’s still ‘Denzel Washington’ to me. It’s not like, ‘Hey, what’s up Denzel. “You know, it’s ‘Mr. Washington’, I just have a lot of respect for him. It’s not easy to do what he did. And what he did was ‘he’s been great in every movie he’s made. “
However, Jared admitted that he was initially reluctant to star in the film about detectives trying to track down a serial killer in a small town as he wasn’t sure the role of one of the suspects was right for him, but was ultimately influenced by the others working on the project.
He said: “I thought I explored this territory too much, it was time for new adventures. And I’m with Denzel Washington, Rami Malek and John Lee Hancock; I was like, ‘How can I not be a part of this incredible opportunity? ‘ And I’m really glad I did. Because it was an absolute adventure. “