Casey Affleck's awards season has been plagued by talk of his sexual assault allegations and whether he is really deserving of the accolade for Best Actor at the Oscars.
While his performance was phenomenal in Manchester By The Sea, he has been accused of sexual assault in 2010 by two women, and both cases have been settled out of court.
Brie Larson, who is an advocate for victims of abuse, having played a sexual assault and kidnapping victim in the Oscar nominated film Room, was tasked with giving Affleck the award after she won Best Actress last year.
She showed her disdain for the decision at the Golden Globes earlier this year by roughly handing him the award, but at the Oscars she took a more subtle approach and protested by not clapping after she gave him the award.
Watch the moment here:
While there are people who have argued that everyone is reading too much into this, Larson recently confirmed with Vanity Fair that her reaction was intentional.
"I think that whatever it was that I did onstage kind of spoke for itself," she said. "I've said all that I need to say about that topic."
Larson had said of sexual assault that we need to stop victim-blaming, telling The Edit: "Having played two characters who were sexually abused, I've done a lot of work with victims of sexual abuse. We can't take any steps backward in allowing people to think abuse is their fault. It's the people-pleaser disease."