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Lena Dunham Admits She Had No 'Insider Information' When Defending 'Girls' Writer Accused Of Rape

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Lena Dunham's latest apology has landed her in hot water. In The Hollywood Reporter's Women in Entertainment issue, the HBO star penned a lengthy letter expressing her remorse to actress Aurora Perrineau, who made a rape accusation against "Girls" writer Murray Miller in 2017. In her apology, Dunham confessed that she had falsely claimed to have "insider information" on her colleague's situation – an admission that has sparked widespread backlash online. Watch to find out more.

Tags: Access, Lena Dunham, THR, The Hollywood Reporter, aurora, aurora perrineau, Sexual Assault, rape, backlash, girls, murray miller
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