James Franco’s Sexual Lawsuit Is Now Settled

James Franco
James Franco

The lawsuit involving the American actor, James Franco got settled. It also included two former students from the acting school of Los Angeles that were founded by the actor himself. According to sources, the charges involving Toni Gaal and Sarah Tither-Kaplan have finally been dropped. And this was done in accordance with the agreement. They had been the attendee of the defunct Studio 4 of James Franco.

James Franco Claimed To Be A Sexual Abuser

The two women made the claim that the Hollywood actor carried out some behaviour of sexual nature. He did so towards the female students. The charge was claimed by the lawyers of James Franco to be untrue and “inflammatory”. The lawsuit had been filed on the 11th of February in the year 2019.

Nobody is aware of the settlement terms that took place between the women and the accused. The deal that was made also involves a few others as well. Those are Rabbit Bandini, the production company of James Franco and two of his partners of the business, Jay Davis and Vince Jolivette.

The accusers, Tither Kaplan and Toni Gaal mentioned that the actor was actually trying to use women for sexual exploitation in the “name of education”. This had been mentioned in the filing from the year 2019, which was an original one. They claimed that James Franco was only making efforts to “create a pipeline” of women for his personal gains.

There were claims made on the Pineapple Express actor that he was taking advantage of the position that he held. It was said that he compelled the females to participate in the scenes that were of a bold nature. These claims were denied by the actor. The lawyers associated with him, in the case, described them to be “ill-informed”.