Updated January 17, 2018, 7:40 a.m. PT: People close to James Franco say he still denies all the allegations against him, and that he's "not in a good place" as he tries to move past five women's accusations that he sexually harassed, assaulted and exploited them.
"His friends are really worried about him," one source told Entertainment Tonight. "He's not in a good place. They're watching him around the clock. He's really struggling."
However, while that source claims the accusations against Franco are "not accurate," they also revealed that Franco has been "a nervous wreck" about the #MeToo movement ever since it started gaining momentum.
"He's not surprised this came out," the source continued. "He actually reached out to multiple former students from his class, so he could speak to them. He is genuinely remorseful."
To add even more morbid interest to this story as it unfolds, the interview includes this source making claims that Franco has proof that he's innocent, but...