“Harry Potter” actress Helena Bonham-Carter is standing up for “Potter” author J.K. Rowland, who has been branded “transphobic” for her comments speaking up for women against far-Left transgender activists.
“It’s horrendous, a load of bollocks. I think she has been hounded. She’s not meaning it aggressively, she’s just saying something out of her own experience,” Bonham-Carter said.
After being thrown under the bus by “Potter” actors Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson, J.K. was also defended by “Potter” cast member Ralph Fiennes last month.