During Grammys weekend,聽InStyle聽caught up with actress Vanessa Hudgens, who offered her own personal hot take on allegations against her former Spring Breakers聽co-star James Franco. In the interview, the 29-year-old told the mag that she believes both the women who have come forward in the #MeToo movement聽and聽the accused actor.

鈥淚 support what he said,鈥 Hudgens said, referring to聽Franco鈥檚 response to allegations on聽The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Then, in a聽surprising about-face, the聽former聽High School Musical聽star said she believes聽victims in聽general 鈥斅but not,聽specifically, when it comes to Franco.

鈥淗e鈥檚 saying that the allegations are false but he supports all the women speaking up because they didn鈥檛 have a voice before, and the fact that that they do now is an amazing thing,鈥 said Hudgens. 鈥淗e supports that. I just know that I loved working with him. He was always very respectful.鈥

After聽Franco won a聽 Golden Globe for portraying infamous filmmaker Tommy Wiseau in聽The Disaster Artist, misconduct allegations resurfaced against the actor-director. Among these, that聽Franco had abused his power with female students of his acting school, and that he had attempted to solicit sexual聽favors from women who were minors at the time.

In 2014, screenshots surfaced of a text exchange between Franco and a then-17-year-old actress which supported the story that he had been pursuing very young women. At the time, Franco聽appeared on聽Live! With Kelly and Michael, excusing his behavior, saying, 鈥淚鈥檓 embarrassed, and I guess I鈥檓 just a model of how social media is tricky. It鈥檚 a way people meet each other today, but what I鈥檝e learned is you don鈥檛 know who鈥檚 on the other end. I used bad judgment and I learned my lesson.鈥

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