Hollywood actor James Franco’s 2019 sexual assault lawsuit reached a settlement.
Pursuant to records collected by E! A preliminary settlement was reached against the 127 Hours actor over the sexual assault case brought against the News.
The lawyers of the plaintiffs claimed the deal would be “further memorialized in a Joint Stipulation of Settlement to be filed at a later date with the Court.”
Back in 2018, Franco was accused by his four female students and another woman of sexual assault. In The Los Angeles Times, their accounts were publicized.
So none of them took legal action, they were in search of both an apology and substantive reform. Two years later, however, Sarah Tither-Kaplan, one of the original accusers, and another student named Toni Gaal slapped him with a complaint for engaging in’ pervasive improper and sexually charged conduct towards female students by sexualizing their power as a teacher and an employer by dangling the potential for roles in their ventures.’
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