Timoth├â┬⌐e Chalamet Announces Plan To Donate Salary From Woody Allen Movie To Time’s Up & Other Charities!
Good move on Timoth├â┬⌐e Chalamet‘s part.
On Monday, the Call Me By Your Name actor took to Instagram to announce that he has decided to donate his entire salary from his upcoming Woody Allen project to THREE notable organizations. Specifically, the 22-year-old star has pledged money to Time’s Up, The LGBT Center in New York, and RAINN.
Timoth├â┬⌐e made this charitable decision as Allen’s sexual misconduct scandal has once against made headlines. In case you forgot, the 82-year-old director has been hit with allegations of sexual abuse by his daughter, Dylan Farrow. Chalamet is following in his A Rainy Day in New York costar Rebecca Hall‘s footsteps as, on Friday, she too pledged her salary to Time’s Up.
Be sure to take a peak at Timoth├â┬⌐e’s announcement for yourself (below).
A post shared by Timoth├â┬⌐e Chalamet (@tchalamet) on Jan 15, 2018 at 8:51pm PST
Bravo!! We’re glad to see Timoth├â┬⌐e on the right side of history regarding this controversy — especially after first giving a DISASTROUS answer about Woody’s alleged abuse last week.
Actresses Greta Gerwig and Mira Sorvino have also recently expressed regret for having previously worked with Allen. Regardless, the controversial filmmaker has long denied his daughter’s accusations.
[Image via WENN.]