Lena Dunham apologizes to Aurora Perrineau for dismissing her sexual assault allegation against Girls writer Murray Miller
"I made a terrible mistake," Dunham, who is guest-editing The Hollywood Reporter, wrote in an editor's note reflecting on the uproar last year over her defense of Miller that she quickly apologized for. "When someone I knew, someone I had loved as a brother, was accused, I did something inexcusable: I publicly spoke up in his defense." She adds: "To Aurora: You have been on my mind and in my heart every day this year. I love you. I will always love you. I will always work to right that wrong. In that way, you have made me a better woman and a better feminist."
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