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Sharon Osbourne Defends James Franco Amid Sexual Misconduct Scandal — Says He Should Go To Oscars 'With His Dick Out'

 

Sharon Osbourne Defends James Franco Amid Sexual Misconduct Scandal — Says He Should Go To Oscars 'With His Dick Out'
Sharon Osbourne Defends James Franco Amid Sexual Misconduct Scandal — Says He Should Go To Oscars 'With His Dick Out'

James Franco has found an unlikely ally…

As we reported, The Disaster Artist actor has been accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women, including actress Violet Paley who says Franco pressured her to perform oral sex while they were sitting in a car.

Following his big win at the 2018 Golden Globes, the 39-year-old appeared on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert and Late Night With Seth Meyers where he denied the allegations, and vocalized his support for the Time's Up campaign.

Related: Ronan Farrow Talks The Abuse Allegations Against Woody Allen

On Wednesday night, The Talk cohosts Sharon Osbourne and Julie Chen were spotted outside Craig's in West Hollywood when TMZ asked them about the thespian's controversy. Apparently, Ozzy Osbourne's wife doesn't believe he did anything wrong!

She exclaimed:

"Fuck off. He's the best… Are you kidding? So what? What has he done? He's done nothing. So what if he's got his dick out in a car? Big deal."

The 65-year-old also believes he should attend the Oscars "with his dick out."

Earlier this month, Ashley Judd actually praised Franco for how he responded to the troubling allegations by saying:

"I think that what James said is terrific. And I think that we've all behaved, at a certain level, unconsciously, and done things that were insensitive, inappropriate, without necessarily understanding that they were. I mean, we've all operated with a certain amount of tone deafness, and I like the culpability, and we have to have restorative justice."

Judd followed up her comments up with a letter condemning binary thinking, emphasizing the importance of supporting the victims while also allowing space for abusers to make "authentic changes."

Hollywood isn't completely turning its back on James…

[Image via Lia Toby/Regina Wagner/Future Image/WENN.]

Tags: ashley judd, controversy, daytime tv, film flickers, golden globes, icky icky poo, james franco, legal matters, oscars, ozzy osbourne, seth meyers, sharon osbourne, stephen colbert, the talk

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