James Franco removed from Vanity Fair cover


James Franco has been digitally removed from Vanity Fair's latest cover, following accusations of sexual misconduct. Another then countered back with a close-up photo that featured red circles around all three of Reese's legs, captioning it, "Her flesh is not the same color as the inside of her dress".

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Franco had posed for the shoot and given an interview for the piece.

Reese Witherspoon and Oprah Winfrey just got some extra pair of limbs.

It features major stars such as Nicole Kidman, Harrison Ford, Gal Gadot, Robert De Niro and Oprah Winfrey.

If that weren't bad enough, Big Little Lies star and producer Witherspoon has a little something extra, too: a third leg.

The mogul also took it in stride, tweeting at Reese, "I accept your 3d leg".

"Well I guess everybody knows now I have three legs", she wrote. "I hope you can still accept me for who I am.", Witherspoon tweeted.

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Several sources told the Hollywood Reporter that Franco sat for photo shoot conducted by Annie Leibovitz.

Five women came forward to accuse Franco of inappropriate behaviour in a story published by the Los Angeles Times earlier this month.

Franco's representatives didn't immediately respond to INSIDER's request for comment. Franco added, "I do it whenever I know that there's something wrong or needs to be changed, and I make it a point to do it". The actor addressed the claims made against him as "not accurate".

Franco previously denied the claims during an interview on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, but praised those victims who are courageous enough to come forward with such allegations against their abusers.

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

"But one of the things I've learned is that this is a conversation that obviously needs to be had".