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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

If you’re anything like me, you’re sick of Lena Dunham. Late last year, the Girls star admitted to molesting her younger sister when she was just 5 years-old.

If Dunham were conservative, we would have never heard from her again after this bombshell admission. However, since she is a proud liberal, she was given a free pass by the mainstream media, who labeled this perversion as simple “sexual experimentation.”

While many in Hollywood have embraced Dunham’s quirky ways, not everyone is falling for her act. Diane Keaton is a member of old Hollywood, so she is able to see Dunham for the weirdo that she is. During a recent Hollywood party, Keaton let her feelings for Dunham be known when she called her out in front of everyone.

During a Q&A with director and producer Judd Apatow at New York City’s Lincoln Center on Monday, Dunham recounted her awkward interaction with 69 year-old Keaton. It all started when Keaton first walked up to Apatow and asked if Dunham was his wife (since she of course had no idea who this young “actress” was).

“No, this is my friend Lena, and she’s significantly younger than me,” Apatow replied to her, according to Daily Mail.

Realizing who Dunham was, Keaton was even more confused.

“‘Do you even like men? Are you interested in men?,'” Dunham recalled Keaton asking her bluntly. “It was the best thing.”

“Diane Keaton straight-up was just like “Oh, there’s a lesbian, and I’m Diane Keaton, so I don’t even need to beat around the proverbial bush. I’ll just let her know,” Dunham added.

Of course Dunham is too dumb to see that this was not a compliment at all. Keaton was clearly calling her out for her strange escapades, and it went right over her head!

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