Playwright Jeremy O. Harris Got Yelled At On Twitter By Aurora Perrineau’s Dad For Defending Lena Dunham
Just because there were hardly any Black people in Girls, that doesn’t mean Lena Dunham doesn’t have any Black friends in real life. No really, she does! One such friend, playwright Jeremy O. Harris who co-wrote the script for the Zola movie, rolled out of bed yesterday and posted an impassioned defense of his “good sis” Lena, praising her writing and chastising people for talking about her adding that she’s “human & made mistakes.” Jeremy was quickly reminded that those “mistakes” included lying that she had “inside information” and publicly discredited actor Aurora Perrineau and her claims that Lena’s friend and Girls writer Murray Miller had raped her when she was 17. While Jeremy may have forgiven and forgot, Aurora’s dad Harold Perrineau thinks Jeremy should shut his “FUCKING MOUTH.”
Lena Dunham has written a 1,300 word apology to Aurora Perrineau which was published by The Hollywood Reporter, and approximately 1,000 of those words are about what a brave survivor she is, and you already know the “she” I am referring to is Lena. If you’re into extreme self-care and somehow missed it (blessings unto you), Lena feels bad because last year she (and her ex-partner Jenni Konner, who I hope doesnt think we forgot about her ass) publicly defended her friend and Girls writer Murray Miller against rape allegations made by Aurora who filed a police report and claimed that Murray sexually assaulted her in his home in 2012 when she was 17-years-old. For this, Lena is sorry.
If you need to know how Lena Dunham is feeling today, my guess is about a shade or two more “oh fuck” than the face she’s making in that picture. It’s exhausting trying to disassociate yourself from a former colleague/current alleged rapist when they keep making the news.
Last month, actress Aurora Perrineau filed a police report with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department accusing former Girls writer Murray Miller of raping her when she was 17. She reportedly passed a lie-detector test. Murray denied everything. After Aurora’s rape story was reported, Lena Dunham threw her whole “believe all women” mantra out the window and jumped to Murray’s defense. Both Lena and her Girls co-showrunner Jenni Konner released statements implying Aurora was lying. Lena later backtracked with an apology and an excuse about defending the type of people who fill her “world with love.” According to Variety, Murray might have also been filling Lena’s world with bullshit. When Aurora’s story broke, Murray’s lawyers released a statement accusing her of attempting to scam him for a “substantial” amount of hush money before she went to the police. Lawyers for Murray have since backtracked on that.
Dlisted favorite and attention enthusiast Lena Dunham cemented her “Most Hated Faux-Social Justice Warrior” status on Friday when she publicly disputed a woman’s rape allegation. Lena (alongside her frequent collaborator Jenni Konner) released a statement describing actress Aurora Perrineau’s rape allegation against Girls writer Murray Miller as “misreported.” To get an idea of how THAT went over, just take a scroll down yesterday’s comments section of that post and multiply by everyone on Twitter. Lena obviously realized that her backflip off the “women never lie about rape” stance she tweeted a few weeks back had earned her even more hatred than usual. So she released another statement yesterday and pretty much chalks it up to being the wrong time to say that Ms. Perrineau a liar. Continue reading
A former Girls writer has been accused of raping a 17-year-old. And Lena Dunham has suddenly flipped her staunchly feminist script by claiming it’s a dirty lie. You guys, women don’t lie about rape. Unless they accuse one of my friends and then it’s totally been misconstrued, I mean who hasn’t been 17 and woken up with a 34-year-old violating them? It’s like the Brooklyn millennial rite of passage or whatever, I mean, I would NEVER work with a RAPIST. Speaking of which, does anyone have any vagina pebbles for stuffing? That would be another example of “not a rape.” Class dismissed! Sorry, I was just exploring Lena Dunham’s possible mindset. Continue reading