Griffin Newman Apologizes for Acting in Woody Allen Film, Donates Salary to Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network

Griffin Newman Apologizes for Acting in Woody Allen Film, Donates Salary to Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network

When he's not commenting on scandals he should most certainly avoid commenting on, Woody Allen continues to crank out millions of movies. Having just released Wonder Wheel, the writer and director has yet another one on the way. Now, one of the actors in that film is apologizing for signing on to do the project.

Griffin Newman is a rising actor who is perhaps best known for his role as Arthur on Amazon's new version of The Tick. Prior to that, however, he signed on to appear in Allen's follow-up to Wonder Wheel, which we can only assume is about an adulterous relationship between a professor and a young jazz singer or something.

Taking to Twitter, Newman revealed that he regrets working with Allen after determining that the director is almost certainly guilty of the horrific sex crimes that he routinely denies

As a result, Newman has donated the entirety of his acting fee to the Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network.

Read Newman's string of tweets about Woody Allen below.