Lena Dunham Is Sorry for Using Molestation as a Punch Line
Lena Dunham isn’t afraid to leave little to the imagination as evidenced by her nakedness on Girls and stripping down yet again during her debut on SNL. And she equally isn’t afraid to speak her mind on Twitter. For example, when she defended Dylan Farrow’s allegations that her adopted father, Woody Allen, sexually abused her as a young child.
So, in turn, making fun of molestation may have been taking it too far.
And she’s willing to admit her mistake.
After taking it all off in an SNL skit about Adam and Eve over the weekend, an online fan tweeted, “you don’t always have to get naked!”– leading the 27-year old to quip: “Please tell that to my uncle, mister. He’s been making me!”
As you can probably imagine, the playful retort wasn’t well received among social media fans far and wide.
So, just as quickly as she made the ill-conceived joke, she took it down and apologized for offending anyone.
Watch Lena get in the buff on SNL in the video below.