After she hit the red carpet, the Glow star opened up about accusations that Franco had taken advantage of actresses he worked with, as well as his own acting students.
"Everyone has the right to come forward speak out", the 35-year-old actress said, in an uncomfortable attempt to deflect the question.
One of the women who accused Franco of misconduct in the L.A. Times piece also reacted to his wearing of the TIME'S UP pin to the Globes. Then, January 11, the Los Angeles Times ran a story including quotes from five women who accused the actor of "behavior they found to be inappropriate or sexually exploitative".
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"He's in a really bad place, so bad that he changed his phone number", a source close to the situation told PEOPLE.
"James will still attend the SAG Awards because there is no reason not to", an insider told Entertainment Tonight.
The Los Angeles Times, which, said Friday that. Earlier this month, Franco won the Golden Globe and the Critics' Choice Awards for the role. "It's wonderful to have all the women here", she said, adding that the "fantastic" writing, comedy, and drama was "everything I was looking for as an actor". "I have to do that to maintain my well-being", he said.
The New York Times claims the room of A-list stars applauded politely when Franco's name was mentioned in the Best Actor category.
Franco has denied the allegations on multiple occasions.
"I continue to support the movement that is happening in our culture".
And on NBC's Late Night with Seth Meyers, Franco said he did not wish to refute the women making claims against him because he feels all victims of alleged misconduct deserve to be heard.