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Biggest Hypocrite in Hollywood Gets Hit With Misconduct Allegations From 5 Women
by Carmine Sabia

Far left actor James Franco is under fire after five women have come forward to accuse him of sexual misconduct in a Los Angeles Times story published on Thursday.

Four of the women were students in Franco’s acting class, the other was a filmmaker who looked at Franco as a mentor.

The women, who said they were asked to perform sexually inappropriate scenes with the actor, were outraged when they witnessed him at the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday wearing a “time’s up” pin suggesting that he supports the end to harassment against women.

It “was like a slap in my face,” one of his former acting students, Sarah Tither-Kaplan, said upon seeing his pin.

She tweeted about her anger during the awards show.

“I feel there was an abuse of power, and there was a culture of exploiting non-celebrity women, and a culture of women being replaceable,” she said in her interview with the Times.

She told The Times that in a nude orgy scene she filmed with Franco and several women three years ago, he removed protective plastic guards covering other actresses’ vaginas while simulating oral sex on them.

Two other student actresses also recounted negative on-set experiences. Both said Franco became angry when no women, while at the shoot, would agree to be topless.

Violet Paley, 23, said that when she met Franco in 2016 she wanted to become a filmmaker and Franco offered to give her notes on her script. But he was interested in more.

James Franco hugs Jane Fonda at the Women’s March in Jan. 2017

Paley sad that he pressured her into oral sex when the two sat in his car.

“I was talking to him, all of a sudden his penis was out,” she said. “I got really nervous, and I said, ‘Can we do this later?’ He was kind of nudging my head down, and I just didn’t want him to hate me, so I did it.”

She began to perform the sex act, but was uncomfortable. To extricate herself from the situation, she told Franco she spotted someone near the car.

Franco’s attorney, Plonsker, denied Paley’s allegations, calling them “not accurate.”

Later, Paley said, she and Franco advanced their consensual sexual relationship. Today, she said she would have handled the encounter in the car differently, especially in the wake of the Weinstein scandal. “I would say, ‘No, stop, get out of my car,’” she said. “The power dynamic was really off.”

Paley also expressed her anger on Twitter during the Golden Globes.

After the Weinstein allegations were reported last fall, Paley emailed Franco, expressing her anger and sadness over his treatment of her (she provided The Times with a copy of the email). He didn’t respond, though they later spoke by phone and he tried to make amends, she said.

He said it was wrong for him to have a sexual relationship with someone he knew to be in recovery for substance abuse, Paley recalled. However, she said he told her he hadn’t done “anything illegal” and insisted, “I’m a changed man.”

Indeed, just a few months before, he told Out magazine he’d embarked on a “new chapter of my life.”

“I was very work-addicted,” he admitted, “and addicted to other things — not substances, I got over that a long time ago — but I’ve recently changed my life.”

Amid the Hollywood awards season — already shaped by an industry wide awakening over how women are treated — it is unclear how the allegations will affect Franco’s standing. The New York Times on Tuesday canceled a planned event with the actor, citing the controversy.

Franco, who is no fan of President Donald Trump, was present at the Women’s March against him on Inauguration Day.

He told the Daily Beast that he had “been reacting really badly!” to President Trump’s election.

“I’ve spiraled into a depression and I’ve been questioning everything that I am, and how I’ve been doing things,” he said.

Yeah James, you should question they way you have been doing things.