Ally Sheedy deletes cryptic #MeToo tweet naming James Franco, Christian Slater

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On 'Live with Kelly and Michael', Franco made an appearance and admitted that he had engaged in a flirtatious exchange with a girl who was then 17. He picked up the accolade for his role as Wiseau in The Disaster Artist, a movie based on the making of Wiseau's cult hit The Room, often labelled the "worst film ever".

James Franco's win at the Golden Globes on Sunday night has been heavily criticised by a number of people online who have accused the actor of past inappropriate behaviour, including one actress who accused him of sexual misconduct.

Sheedy did not directly accuse the Pineapple Express actor or Slater, 48, of any wrongdoing before deleting her tweets.

The 39-year-old actor sparked a social media meltdown when he went to collect his award for Best Performance by an actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.

You can read the full story here at The Los Angeles Times.

Sheedy did not clarify if the tweets were related to a specific encounter she had with Franco or Slater, 48. "After you had already been caught doing that to a different 17 year old?" "This year I learned from friends and collaborators", began Franco.

"Cute #TIMESUP pin James Franco".

"He did such a great job, talking as a director and an actor", Wiseau said. "I think he make a big effort, which sometimes from the outside is extremely hard to understand that".

Tommy went on stage with James after he won the gong, but despite James owing the oddball director and actor everything for his win, poor Tommy was royally snubbed.

She didn't outright say what she has against Franco, but it was pretty clear she was including him in the long list of Hollywood men that have acted inappropriately towards women in the industry. "Whatever I still remember James Franco trying to pick up a teenager on Instagram", she wrote. "Said too much. Nite love ya", the '80s icon shared in a now-deleted tweet, according to Vulture.

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