The Tick actor regrets working on Woody Allen film

2017-10-16 14:42

Cape Town – The Tick actor Griffin Newman revealed on Twitter that he regrets starring in a Woody Allen film.

Allen's career has been plagued by sexual abuse allegations. (Read more here)

Griffin says that he believes Allen is guilty after he read Dylan Farrows 2014 open letter in the New York Times

Newman has a small role in the film, that is still in production, and said that he debated for months on whether to quit and that he deeply regrets his final decision.

Newman goes on to say that "it was an educational experience for all the wrong reasons. I learned conclusively that I cannot put my career over my morals again."

He went on to say that he will donate his salary to RAINN—the Rape, Abuse, And Incest National Network.

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After posting the thread Griffin said he will be taking a week off twitter since "his words have taken on a life of its own." 

On Sunday Allen told the BBC he feels "sad" for Harvey Weinstein over abuse allegations against the disgraced movie mogul. (Read more here)

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