Susan Sarandon Just Said What Most of the World Thinks About Woody Allen

Read him!

Susan Sarandon is officially 2016’s baddest b–ch.

First, she gets into a Twitter fight with Debra Messing. Then, Ryan Murphy casts her as Bette Davis in a new show chronicling Davis’ feud with Joan Crawford. And now, she is spilling tea about Woody Allen. Piping hot tea.

The director is currently pimping out his film Café Society at the Cannes Film Festival. However, there is more buzz surrounded around the fact journalists aren’t asking Allen about his sexual abuse allegations. (If you’re unfamiliar, Allen allegedly sexually abused his daughter with Mia Farrow named Dylan.)

Café Society star Blake Lively brushed chatter about this aside, but Sarandon certainly didn’t.

“I think he sexually assaulted a child and I don’t think that’s right,” Sarandon said during the “Women in Motion” talk at Cannes on Sunday (May 15). “I have nothing good to say about him. I don’t want to go there.”

Read him, queen! We’re sure Woody’s son Ronan Farrow–who penned a Hollywood Reporter essay criticizing the media for remaining mum about the controversy–is happy about this. We certainly are. Come through, S!