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A doll and a sign reading 'Thanks Klaus, it doesn't hurt anymore' was put by Berlin artist Uschi Leonhardt next to the star of German actor Klaus Kinski in Berlin, on January 18, 2013. With the action, Leonhardt aims to call attention to the allegations against Klaus Kinski to have repeatedly raped his daughter. Actress Nastassja Kinski accused her father of attempting to abuse her, following allegations by her half-sister Pola that he raped her throughout her childhood. AFP PHOTO / MAURIZIO GAMBARINI /GERMANY OUT (Photo credit should read MAURIZIO GAMBARINI/AFP/Getty Images)
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A doll and a sign reading 'Thanks Klaus, it doesn't hurt anymore' was put by Berlin artist Uschi Leonhardt next to the star of German actor Klaus Kinski in Berlin, on January 18, 2013. With the action, Leonhardt aims to call attention to the allegations against Klaus Kinski to have repeatedly raped his daughter. Actress Nastassja Kinski accused her father of attempting to abuse her, following allegations by her half-sister Pola that he raped her throughout her childhood. AFP PHOTO / MAURIZIO GAMBARINI /GERMANY OUT (Photo credit should read MAURIZIO GAMBARINI/AFP/Getty Images)
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January 18, 2013
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A doll and a sign reading 'Thanks Klaus it doesn't hurt anymore' was... News Photo 159688248Actor,Artist,Arts Culture and Entertainment,Berlin,Celebrities,Doll,Film Industry,Germany,Horizontal,Klaus Kinski,Reading,SignPhotographer Collection: DPA 2013 AFPA doll and a sign reading 'Thanks Klaus, it doesn't hurt anymore' was put by Berlin artist Uschi Leonhardt next to the star of German actor Klaus Kinski in Berlin, on January 18, 2013. With the action, Leonhardt aims to call attention to the allegations against Klaus Kinski to have repeatedly raped his daughter. Actress Nastassja Kinski accused her father of attempting to abuse her, following allegations by her half-sister Pola that he raped her throughout her childhood. AFP PHOTO / MAURIZIO GAMBARINI /GERMANY OUT (Photo credit should read MAURIZIO GAMBARINI/AFP/Getty Images)