During Scarlett Johansson’s powerful remarks at the 2018 Women’s March, she wanted to address one man in particular.

“My mind baffles—how could a person publicly stand by an organization that helps to provide support for victims of sexual assault while privately preying on people who have no power,” the star said at the podium, facing a Los Angeles crowd of thousands. “I want my pin back by the way.”

As the actress’ rep later confirmed, Johansson was referring to James Franco, who was accused by five women of sexual misconduct in a recent Los Angeles Times report. Franco’s attorney Michael Plonsker denied the women’s allegations to the newspaper. E! News has reached out to Franco’s team for comment on the actress’ remarks.

While walking the red carpet at the 2018 Golden Globes earlier this month, the eventual Best Actor winner sported a Time’s Up pin seemingly in support of the movement, which aims to prevent sexual harassment, assault, and inequality. “I support change; I support 50-50 in 2020, which just means, you know, people that are underrepresented—women, and people of color, people in the LGBT community—get leadership positions [and] that they fill all positions that they’ve been deprived of,” the actor told Stephen Colbert while appearing on The Late Show days after the ceremony. “I completely believe in that. That’s why I wore it.”