The Polish government isn't letting Roman Polanski off the hook that easily!
Back in the '70s, the Oscar winning filmmaker fled to Europe after pleading guilty to U.S. charges for sleeping with a 13-year-old girl in 1977.
But it looks like the Chinatown director will have to face a fresh extradition to the U.S. — because on Tuesday, Polish officials announced they would appeal a court decision not to force the 82-year-old to face U.S. courts.
According to reports, justice minister and prosecutor general Zbigniew Ziobro said his decision was because Polanski was "accused of and wanted for… a rape of a child."
As for the initial trial, Ziobro called the decision a "serious breach" of