Apparently there is no shame with this A- list mostly movie actor from an acting family.
His latest gambit is to go on websites that have classifieds for adult entertainment jobs.
He specifically targets teenage po-rn stars who are looking to make their first or second film.
He reaches out to them and says he has a project that would be perfect. He proves who he is and they are hooked.
Most of the ones he targets are struggling to make ends meet and often are single moms.
He promises them the world and then meets up with them and films them fulfilling his fetishes.
He convinces them he is really into them and this is more than just filming a scene or two but he never contacts them again.
Oh, and the kicker?
Most of the time he doesn’t even pay them what he promised.
He says he forgot to get cash and will make it up to them next time.
Because of who he is, they believe him.
Former students file sexual exploitation lawsuit against James Franco
As radio silence follows yet another accusation of sexual exploitation against James Franco, we are forced to question why nothing is being done to change industry norms and protect artists in Hollywood.
Award winning actor and director James Franco, as well as his two business partners, have been named in a lawsuit by two former students of his now closed Los Angeles acting school, Studio 4, for using the studio as a means to sexually exploit his students. Studio 4 opened in 2014 with the promise of unique opportunities for the students to be funneled directly into Franco’s own projects. To many young artists with a lack of agency representation and professional connections, Studio 4 was an exceptional opportunity to break into the industry.
However, the experience soured for many students who were spurred to come forward with allegations of sexually exploitative and inappropriate behavior in 2018 when Franco donned a “Time’s Up” pin at the Golden Globes and shared his support for survivors.
Many of these allegations stem from one of Franco’s Studio 4 classes. The class was called Sex Scenes and required students to attend an audtion with a $750 fee attached in order to enroll. The stated purpose of the class was to teach students how to perform intimate scenes in film. The class boasted opportunities to receive work in real Hollywood productions.
As part of the pipeline for students of Studio 4 to appear in films produced by Franco’s company, Rabbit Bandini Productions, women were often required to submit on-film auditions and in several filmings were asked to appear topless. Franco allegedly would become angered and storm from the room if female students did not volunteer to do so. He is also accused of not adhering by the regular industry practices to protect actresses during the filming of these intimate scenes.
Sarah Tither-Kaplan, one of the women filing a lawsuit against Franco, volunteered to take part in a short-film called “Hungry Girl” for the class and appeared in a nude scene. The film was uploaded to a video sharing website and now Tither-Kaplan’s image has appeared on many pornographic platforms without her knowledge or consent. – Source