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Accused Celeb Child Molester to Protest Kavanaugh

Lena Dunham protesting Brett Kavanaugh? Who’s next, Woody Allen, Michael Jackson’s ghost, Hillary Clinton?

Whoopi Goldberg, John Legend, Lena Dunham and other celebrities are joining forces to protest Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on Thursday.

Organizers say the main #CANCELKAVANAUGH Protest will be held outside the E. Barrett Prettyman Federal Courthouse a few blocks from the U.S. Capitol on Oct. 4 at 12:30 EDT.

Other musicians, actors and activists scheduled to participate include Erykah Badu, Maggie Gyllenhaal and husband Peter Sarsgaard, Norman Lear and Michael Stipe, among others. Don’t look for them all to be in D.C., though. According to the site, “We will not all be in DC but ask you to walk out wherever you are.”

They may protest in their gym, on their set or in their living room.

But Lena Dunham protesting is really, really special.

Most recently, Dunham issued an apology on Twitter after she defended a male writer and executive producer from her former HBO show “Girls” who was accused of raping a then-17 year old actress. Dunham and “Girls” showrunner Jenni Konner defended Murray Miller, saying the accusation was “one of the 3 percent of assault cases that are misreported every year.”

#BelieveAllWomen… unless Lena Dunham knows their accused rapist.

Dunham’s 2014 memoir “Not That Kind of Girl” sparked controversy – especially on conservative websites – as she detailed her relationship with her younger sister. Dunham said she tried to coerce her sister in kissing her and “relaxing” on her. She said she also examined her sister’s private parts when she was seven and her sister was one.

“Basically anything a sexual predator might do to woo a small suburban girl,” she said.

On Twitter, Dunham called the accusations that she molested her sister “really f—–g upsetting and disgusting.”

In her memoir, Dunham also detailed being sexually assaulted by an Oberlin student she identified as “Barry.” There was ensuing controversy of just who Barry was and what details – if any – Dunham took liberty with when she described the encounter.

Read the full story from Front Page Mag

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