James Franco Accused Of Sexual Misconduct

James Franco Accused Of Sexual Misconduct

"Ive heard about them", Franco said when asked about his response to the claims on Colberts chat show.

After the star was announced as the victor of the award, presenter Walter Goggins said: 'James couldn't be here, so we accept this on his behalf'.

The Pineapple Express actor visited The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on January 6, 2018 where he dispelled Sheedy's accusation against him.

Now, in a new Los Angeles Times article, more women have come forward to accuse the 39-year old actor of sexual misconduct and abuse of power.

Two other student actresses, Hilary Dusome and Natalie Chmiel, claim that Franco became angry after unsuccessfully asking them and a group of other actresses to take their shirts off in the middle of an strip club film shoot. The alleged misconduct occurred at Studio 4 in Los Angeles and NY, the film school Franco launched where he taught and mentored those wanting to become actors and filmmakers.

Some of the women say that Franco encouraged them to take off their clothes while performing sex scenes and would get mad if nobody volunteered.

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The allegations the Los Angeles Times this morning come from five different women. He also denied the allegations through his attorney.

They said: 'He's in a really bad place, so bad that he changed his phone number. For now, he's just hiding out'.

"I am still reading it the same as everyone else, trying to discern what is or isn't there", Simon said in a statement. There are people, women and others who have not been a part of this conversation and I truly believe and why I was wearing the pin is that they need to be a part of this conversation and so I support that. She also notes that for years, she received mass email requests from Franco to audition for roles playing a "prostitute or a hooker".

Following Tither-Kaplan's claims, Franco fronted The Late Show With Stephen Colbert to vehemently deny the claims, stating: "Look, in my life I pride myself on taking responsibility for things that I have done". "I was sent a couple of the tweets".

Their relationship continued in a consensual manner afterwards, but Paley says she would have handled that incident, in which Franco allegedly nudged Paley's head towards his exposed penis, differently today. The things that I heard that were on Twitter are not accurate.

The New York Times has cancelled an event to promote The Disaster Artist, the film that won him his Golden Globe. During the interview, he said, "I'm guess I'm, you know, embarrassed, and I guess I'm just a model of how social media is tricky".

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