Published: Fri, January 12, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

James Franco Accused of 'Sexually Exploitative' Behavior by Five Women

James Franco Accused of 'Sexually Exploitative' Behavior by Five Women

She agreed to appear in the background fully nude but became uncomfortable when Franco, whose character was performing oral sex on a handful of other women, allegedly removed the clear plastic guards that covered their vaginas and "continued to simulate the sex act with no protection".

Two other students at the Disaster Artist actor's school claimed he would get angry when no women on set would agree to be topless.

Sarah Tither Kaplan, a former student at Franco's acting school, also highlighted the "Time's Up" pin Franco wore in support of the new initiative on Sunday.

Today, the Los Angeles Times released an explosive exposé from five women accusing actor James Franco of sexually exploitative behavior.

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During Sunday night's Golden Globes, James Franco sported a pin supporting the Time's Up movement to fight sexual harassment and assault.

As James Franco faces allegations of inappropriate sexual behavior from multiple women, "The Deuce" co-creator and executive producer David Simon and HBO say they are unaware of any complaints about the actor-director's conduct on the period drama.

Prior to the Times report, Franco appeared on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert", and addressed the rumors that he had behaved inappropriately with women. "And if I have to take a knock because I'm not going to. actively refute things, then I will".

Acknowledging that he had read "a couple" of the tweets, Franco told a stone-faced Meyers, "I haven't responded".

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James Franco: Yes. I was sent a couple of the tweets, so yeah, I did read them. I do it whenever I know that there's something wrong or needs to be changed. I don't know. I can't speak for her.

Organizers for the program gave no explanation for Franco's absence and said the portion of the show was always meant to be aired in the online portion only. "That time wasn't consensual", she said. "Look, in my life I pride myself on taking responsibility for things that I have done", he said then.

"The things that I've heard about on Twitter are not accurate", Franco said. Hilary Dusome, who took one of his classes in 2012, recalled a similar story, adding, "I don't think he started teaching with bad intentions, but he went down a bad path and damaged a lot of people in the process". "So I support that". His attorney, Michael Plonsker, specifically said, "the allegations about the protective guards are not accurate".

On Wednesday the actor denied engaging in sexual misconduct after several accusations surfaced on social media, while voicing his support for the many women coming forward with allegations of wrongdoing following the downfall of movie mogul Harvey Weinstein. "I want to give him credit for at least being open to communicating with me", she told the newspaper.

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In 2014, after Franco admitted to trying to approach a 17-year-old and get a hotel room where she was staying even after having learned her age, told his Instagram followers that he hoped parents would keep their teens away from him.

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