The New York Times Cancels Public Event With James Franco

Angelo Anderson
January 11, 2018

"I felt the need to get ahead of this", Douglas said. "This was never the case on the films I worked on".

He said the most hard part was talking to his wife and three kids about the claims, The Sun reports. I have no idea why she was so upset. "They're scared and very uncomfortable".

She further elaborated in the thread: "Nudity contracts are supposed to have FULL and DETAILED descriptions of nudity required". After they have chatted, she posted the messages, even though he asked her not to. He didn't comment on the allegations.

Franco wore a "Time's Up" pin, which demonstrates support for the fight against sexual misconduct in Hollywood, to Sunday night's Golden Globes, prompting actor Violet Paley and filmmaker Sarah Tither-Kaplan to come forward on Twitter with allegations of sexual misconduct against Franco.

Ever since he won a Golden Globe for The Disaster Artist on Sunday, James Franco has been a target of sexual misconduct allegations on social media, which have led to the cancellation of a New York Times event.

Franco's comments come several days after the Golden Globes award ceremony, where he won for best actor in a comedy or musical. "I was so excited to win but being in that room was incredible".

Paley was an adult at that time and said that her relationship with Franco was consensual. Shortly after, she deleted her tweet. "After you had already been caught doing that to a different 17 year old?" During the rest of the interview, Franco promised to make "restitution" to his alleged victim if he can, and listen to women on the broader issues so that he can "change [his] perspective where it's off".

"I'm embarrassed, and I guess I'm just a model of how social media is tricky", he said at the time. "I have total respect for her".

James Franco has responded to accusations of inappropriate sexual behaviour from multiple women.

He continued, "The others, look, in my life, I pride myself on taking responsibility for things I've done. I have to do that to maintain my well-being". "And if I have to take a knock because I'm not going to, you know, try and, you know, actively refute things, then I will, because I believe in it that much".

"There were some things on Twitter", Franco said.

"There were some things on Twitter, um, I haven't read them. I support it. I support change", Franco said. I mean it was powerful and there were incredible voices and I support it.

James Franco addressed sexual misconduct allegations January 9 on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert", after winning best actor in a comedy at the Golden Globes.

Paley claimed before the Colbert interview aired that Franco had "offered me & a few other girls an overdue, annoyed, convenient phone "apology".

"If I have done something wrong, I will fix it - I have to", said Franco. "That's how that works. It's a way people meet each other today, but what I've don't know who's on the other end".

He then concluded by referring to the Time's Up movement during the Globes, "The point is to listen". They had a lot to say. "So I don't want to - I don't want to, you know, shut them down in any way".

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