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James Franco’s support of the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements at the Golden Globes Awards prompted calls of hypocrisy from five women who have accused him of “inappropriate or sexually exploitative behavior.”
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24 COMMENTS

  1. The second tweet from the accuser states you had me do full nudity in TWO of your films for $100/day. She couldn’t have felt that exploited if she chose to do full nudity a second time…for $100/day

  2. I think what he did is reprehensible, abuse of power and bullying. But it’s not a Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey situation.

  3. Hateful women who are jealous of his success. If these allegations were true, they would've went to the police, or at least spoke about it when it happened.

  4. People also need to point out the hypocrisy of Hollywood honoring a man like Kirk Douglas, who has a history of abusing women.

  5. You can both support women coming forward and challenge the accuracy of specific accusations. It doesn't need to, and shouldn't, be all or nothing.

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