Lena Dunham's gone and put her foot in her mouth again.
On Wednesday, the Girls creator took to Instagram to apologize (below) for comparing certain websites to an abusive husband.
In case you missed it, the starlet initially expressed her disdain for specific sites because they body shamed her and drove her away from running her own Twitter account. How sad!
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Previously, she noted:
"I used to read Gawker and Jezebel in college and be like, 'I can't wait to get to New York where my people will be to welcome me. And it's like, it's literally, if I read it, it's like going back to a husband who beat me in the face—it just doesn't make any sense."
Though we understand where Miz Dunham's coming from, many fans were upset that the feminist spokesperson made light of something as serious as domestic violence. Yikes!
Ultimately, Lena owned up for her social media hiccup and posted:
Well said! We think the brunette beauty's apology was very sincere in her message. Remember guys, everyone makes mistakes!
We respect the fact that the Golden Globe winner was able to own up to her mistake. Claps all around!
[Image via Lena Dunham/Instagram.]
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