ACCUSED sex assaulter James Franco described pervy pickup tricks in a 2013 book in which he wrote about seducing “young girls” and seeing “someone every night”.
The Golden Globe leader was dragged into the sex liaison unconditional Hollywood after several women done allegations against him this week – which he has strongly denied.
And passages from Franco’s 2013 novel articulate about seducing women have been present on social media given the claims.
Actors Anonymous – which was widely panned – was billed as a imagining on behaving and blurs the lines between novella and memoir, according to Variety.
But it contains passages graphically describing bedding decrepit tricks to bed women.
Franco wrote: “One of my favourite approaches was to ask the immature girls that requested to take a photo with me to email me a duplicate of the photo; that way we can give them my info very fast in front of a throng of fans and after work out a way to see them.”
Another mention reads: “I had something going with many of my womanlike co-stars and worked up a slight so that we could see someone every night.”
Franco was accused of passionate bungle by 5 women in a journal essay this week – claims he insisted were “not accurate”.
One purported he private the plastic genital guards from actresses during an bacchanal scene, while another claimed he became angry when they refused to go topless on camera.
Four of the accusers were tyro actresses study under the Hollywood star who they pronounced acted unprofessionally during behaving classes.
And one thoroughfare from his book that has been present given the claims emerged branded behaving teachers “f***ed up”.
Franco wrote: “They are distinct any other teachers, since they understanding with their students’ emotions and bodies.
“They get inside their students’ heads. Even if they have the best intentions, they can’t help from apropos gurus and therapists for their students, since they understanding on such insinuate terms.
“When you have a garland of students looking up to you since you have released their emotions, it’s tough not to play the role of mentor/lover/father/mother.”
Sun Online has contacted Franco’s member for comment.
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