Published: Sun, January 28, 2018
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James Franco Photoshopped Out Of 'Vanity Fair' Cover After Sexual Misconduct Allegations

James Franco Photoshopped Out Of 'Vanity Fair' Cover After Sexual Misconduct Allegations

For a closer look at the full Vanity Fair cover, read their profile with all 12 featured stars here.

Hilariously enough, Winfrey responded to Witherspoon on Twitter and also commented on her additional hand.

Naturally, the errors have become the subject of much ridicule on Twitter.

On the front cover, fans were quick to spot that not only does Witherspoon have her legs crossed at the side of her, but she also appears to have one leg at the back, propping her upright.

"Well... I guess everybody knows now..." "I hope you can still accept me for who I am".

Franco, however, has denied all claims made against him.

Lead image by David Torcivia used under Creative Commons. Her right hand is on her right hip, her left is in her lap, and her other left hand is clasping Reese Witherspoon around her waist. But as you can see in the final cover, released Thursday, Franco is nowhere to be found.

"Oprah has 3 hands and Reese Witherspoon has 3 legs. damn Vanity Fair really be exposing people now smh", someone tweeted.

In the aftermath of the sexual harassment allegations plaguing James Franco's career and staining his public reputation, Vanity Fair has chose to remove the controversial star from their latest Hollywood issue.

On Jan. 11, an article in the Los Angeles Times was published detailing the accounts of five women accusing Franco of inappropriate sexual behavior and abuse of power.

Vanity Fair has removed James Franco from the cover of its annual Hollywood issue after numerous sexual misconduct allegations were made against The Disaster Artist star.

He explained, "I pride myself on taking responsibility for things that I've done. It's a good thing and I support it", he said.

"Well, first, I want to say I wore [the pin] because I do support [Time's Up]", he said.

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