Statement of Alison Brie about Harassment Allegations on James Franco

On Sunday night, live from the Red Carpet was lying in honor for James Franco, at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Franco was nominated for his role in The Disaster Artist. The representatives of actor and director have indicated that Franco has confirmed his attendance on Sunday night. So, last week he skipped the Critics’ Choice Awards following allegations from 5 women on him regarding improper behavior. But, sister-in-law of Franco, Alison Brie arrived first so, the host of E!’s red carpet Giuliana Rancic zeroed in. Rancic asked Brie regarding the misconduct rumors. Brie said that “I think that above all what we’ve always said is it remains vital that anyone who feels victimized does have the right to speak out”.

Statement of Alison Brie about Harassment Allegations on James Franco

The actress Ally Sheedy tweeted a distorted reference to possible wrongdoing from Franco. The other tweets were assumed as his decision in wearing a “Time’s Up” pin was ironic as his previous behavior. Franco discussed those allegations with Stephen Colbert on Late Night. Brie shouldn’t be considered the first woman asked to respond to alleged misbehavior of a man she’s worked with. Brie has a small role in The Disaster Artist. The director of Lady Bird, Greta Gerwig finally commented on working with Woody Allen in the past. The line of questioning is already familiar this awards season. Brie told Rancic in a thought-through statement that was clearly prepared. She might not have expected such a relatively tough question from Rancic.