Lena Dunham cancels two European tours to promote autobiography

Actress Lena Dunham has cancelled two European tours to promote her autobiography 'Not That Kind of Girl' without citing any reason.

London: Actress Lena Dunham has cancelled two European tours to promote her autobiography 'Not That Kind of Girl' without citing any reason.

The cancellations come amid accusations Dunham admits molesting her younger sister in the book, but she has blasted the allegations, branding them 'upsetting and disgusting'.

The 28-year-old 'Girls' actress has been promoting book in the US and Europe throughout October and was due to appear at the Antwerp Book Fair in Belgium on November 2 but now scrapped it, reported Contactmusic.

"To my Belgian readers, so very sorry to miss the Antwerp Book Fair today but I can't wait to come back and eat fries with you. Much love,? she posted on her Twitter page.

On November 3, Dunham also cancelled her event at the Deutsches Theater in Berlin, Germany, writing, "German readers: I am deeply sorry to miss tomorrow's event in Berlin. I am so grateful for your energy and support. Mit viele liebe (with much love)." 

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