Popular comedian Seth Rogen has been one of James Franco's regular collaborators for years. Together they have created cult comedies such as 'Pineapple Express' or 'This Is the End', and Seth remained by their side after in 2018 his then friend was accused of inappropriate behavior by five women.
Two of them were from his school Playhouse West Studio 4, which opened in 2014 and closed three years later, although last February they reached an agreement to withdraw the joint lawsuit that he had filed against the actor.
A few weeks ago, actress Charlyne Yi assured that she had witnessed the character of a sexual predator that James Franco displayed in the filming of 'The Disaster Artist', also insisting that the film's producers had tried to bribe her and emotionally blackmailed her when tried to abandon the project.
Now Seth Rogen has made new statements on social media in which he acknowledges that his relationship with the interpreter has "changed" and that he greatly regrets having publicly joked about the testimony of a 17-year-old girl, who claimed that James Franco had made inappropriate propositions to him.