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Publicado em 10 de jan de 2018

James Franco may have won big at the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night, but a number of women took to social media during the ceremony to question why he was even allowed to attend the ceremony. That charge was led by actress Ally Sheedy, 55, who called out Franco, 39, in a series of tweets throughout the show. 'Why is a man hosting? Why is James Franco allowed in? Said too much.Nite love ya,' wrote Sheedy at the start of the telecast. 'Ok wait.Bye.Christian Slater and James Franco at a table on @goldenglobes #MeToo,' said Sheedy an hour into the program. And in her final tweet, posted right after Franco's victory in the  Best Actor category, she said: 'James Franco just won. Please never ever ask me why I left the film/tv business.' Sheedy later deleted the tweets, but soon after she posted a number of women began to speak out against the actor for his admission back in 2014 that he pursued a relationship with a 17-year-old student. 'It’s .rich of James Franco to be wearing a Time’s Up pin,' tweeted writer Doree Shafrir. 'Still remember that time James Franco grossly tried to pick up a teenager off Instagram. #TimesUp' wrote Samantha Grasso.'Remember when James Franco tried to solicit a teenager on Instagram? But he was still honored at the Globes. LOL.But yes, Time Is Up, y'all,' read a tweet from the account #blackwomandirectors. And writer and comedian Miel Bredouw asked: 'When is the time up on James Franco.' The incident these tweets reference happened back in 2014 when the actor began corresponding with a Scottish teenager. Lucy Clode, who was 17 at the time, had gone to see Franco on Broadway in Of Mice and Men, and posted a video to Instagram of herself and the actor taken while he signed autographs that night. Franco then reached out to Lucy and, after learning she was just 17, began to exchange a number of suggestive messages before asking her what hotel she was staying at in the city. 'Your single? What's the hotel? Should I rent a room?' wrote Franco to the teenager in one rapid-fire exchange. When she then responded by saying she did not think he was the real James Franco, the actor took a photo of himself waving and sent it to the young tourist. He then wrote: 'It's me.Yes or no? Tomorrow or Thursday?' Franco's persistence was later revealed when Clode posted the exchange on her account, forcing the actor to address his pursuit of the teen. He addressed the controversy during an appearance on Live With Kelly and Michael.'It's the way that people meet each other today, but what I've learned- I guess because I'm new to it- is you don't know who's on the other end,' said Franco. 'You get a feel for them, you don't know who you're talking to.' He then added: 'I used bad judgement and I learned my lesson. ' Franco did not at any point mention the fact that Clode was just 17 and a tourist. The age of consent in New York is 17, so no laws were broken by Franco.A 2014 New York Times profile of Sheedy reveals that it was around this s

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