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Lena Dunham apologizes to woman who accused ‘Girls' writer of rape: ‘I did something inexcusable'


Added 12-05-18 02:20:03pm EST - “Lena Dunham, creator of the HBO series "Girls," is apologizing to a woman who accused a writer on her show of rape.” - Foxnews.com

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Lena Dunham, 32, published an essay Wednesday in The Hollywood Reporter, apologizing to actress Aurora Perrineau.
(Reuters)

Lena Dunham, creator of the HBO series "Girls," is apologizing to a woman who accused a writer on her show of rape.

Dunham, 32, published an essay Wednesday in The Hollywood Reporter addressed to “Passengers” actress Aurora Perrineau. In it, she apologizes for defending writer Murray Miller, saying she did “something inexcusable.”

Perrineau filed a police report alleging Miller sexually assaulted her after a night out in Los Angeles in 2012, The Wrap reported.

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