A lot of politicians could take a few notes from James Franco. The 127 Hours actor messed up big time by flirting with 17-year-old Lucy Clode on April 1 and trying to arrange a hookup — even after she told him she was 17. But to his credit, after James, 35, and Lucy’s Instagram and text conversations went public, he took to Live With Kelly and Michael on April 4 to own up to his mistakes and admit that he was extremely ashamed.
James Franco, 35, admitted that he reached out to Lucy Clode, 17, via social media after meeting her outside of his Broadway show, Of Mice & Men. The young girl from Scotland was in New York City visiting with her mom when she met James. While she’s removed all of her social media accounts, we have all the pics of her right here — click through it here to see her, James, and all of their scandalous messaging.
Though the heat has been turned all the way up on him thanks to an alleged Instagram flirtation with a 17-year-old girl, James Franco, 35, bravely hit the set of Live With Kelly and Michael on April 4. And right away, he decided to address his social media controversy.
James Franco and Seth Rogen may be hopping on the “Kardashians private jet” soon to head to Paris! On April 4, James revealed that Kanye West set up a call with he and Seth to discuss their parody video and is basically begging them to come to the wedding!
James Franco, 35, has gotten himself into some hot water over his flirtatious ways with a 17-year-old fan on Instagram, and some have taken to Twitter just to voice how creepy James was acting. One fan tweeted: “I used to think James Franco was beautiful but after seeing those Instagram messages I think he’s creepy and weird.” Ouch!
James Franco, 35, you are playing with fire! After you met a fan, Lucy Clode, who waited outside of your Broadway show Of Mice & Men to meet you on April 1, you allegedly reached out to her on Instagam and asked her if she wanted to meet up — even though she’s half your age. We can’t be sure that the photos and texts Lucy posted from you are real, but either way, we hope this has taught you a very valuable lesson about social media.
Didn’t anyone tell James Franco that once something is posted on social media it’s in the world forever? Well apparently not! After a fan, Lucy Clode waited outside of James’ Broadway show Of Mice & Men on April 1, to meet him, he allegedly reached out to her and asked her if she wanted to meet up — even though she’s half his age.