Fake feminist alert!

You can add Murray Miller, writer for the HBO series, “Girls” to the list of Hollywood rapists and sex abusers.

Miller has been charged by actress Aurora Perrineau of rape in 2012, when she was only 17-years old.

Perrineau filed a report with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department on Friday.

Unlike some of the other accusers who have stepped forward to tell their tales, Perrineau actually took a lie detector test in September.

The statement of what happened to her reads:

She said in her statement for the polygraph test that she met Miller while out with some friends at the Standard Hotel, where she “consumed some alcoholic beverages.”

“He was flirting with me. I told him repeatedly that I was 17 years old,” Perrineau said in the statement.

The actress was with two friends, she said, and Miller asked one of them for a ride home “because he was drunk,” and the group agreed. Miller was 35 at the time.

She said everyone got out of the car at Miller’s home, and she did not want to, but “felt like I had to go along with everyone else.

“At some point, I woke up in Murray’s bed naked. He was on top of me having sexual intercourse with me. At no time did I consent to any sexual contact with Murray,” she said in the statement.

Sick.

Well, the star of “Girls,” the ever-loathsome Lena Dunham has come to the rescue – for Miller.

Dunham, herself an admitted kiddie toucher, issued a statement to social media.

Horrible.

What happened to the liberal trope that you always believe the accusers (I mean, after the Clinton years)?

Dunham, like so many feminists-of-convenience only extends her girl power for as far it can be used to benefit herself.

And as can be expected, Twitter exploded with outraged comments (Mind the language):

And this face-burner:

Dunham tried to straddle the fence on this one, and all she managed to do was expose herself for the hypocrite she is.