Lena Dunham Apologizes After Defending Girls Writer Accused of Sexual Assault

Lena Dunham has failed women of shading by demolishing Aurora Perrineau’s strike assertions

Real ladies’ activists and Girls producers Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner are standing firm contrary to lustful conduct claims made against course of action creator Murray Miller by Aurura Perrineau.

“As ladies’ activists, we live stunning our administrative issues, and trusting women is the principle choice we make every single day when we wake up,” Dunham formed on Twitter. “In this way I never figured I would issue a declaration publically supporting someone reprimanded for assault anyway I guilelessly believed it was basic to share my perspective on my sidekick’s condition as it has unfurled out of sight all through the latest couple of months.

“I now grasp that it was totally the wrong time to approach with such a declaration and I am so miserable,” she said. “We have been given the blessing of extreme voices and by standing up we were putting our thumb on the scale and it wasn’t right. We mourn this decision with every fiber to our being.


“Every woman who methodologies ought to be heard, totally and absolutely, and our relationship to the faulted should not be part for the figuring anyone makes while investigating her case,” Dunham created. “Every person and every lady’s extremist should be required to hear her. Under man driven society, ‘I believe you’ is central. Until the point that we are through and through trusted, none of us will be acknowledged. We apologize to any woman who have been frustrated.”

Perrineau recorded a dispute about the charged strike on Nov. 17, 2017, with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (by methods for The Wrap). The on-screen character ensures that after she “exhausted some blended refreshments” she woke up uncovered in Miller’s bed where he was having non-consensual sex with her.

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