"If by kissing she means attacking, then yes, she kissed me."
On Tuesday night, Zoë Kravitz appeared as a guest along with Eddie Redmayne, her co-star in the upcoming Fantastic Beasts movie, on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen. As Kravitz sat in a red pinstripe suit, channelling the effortless cool of her dad (minus the carpet-size scarf), Cohen open the phone lines to fans, one of whom asked: "I was just wondering if Lily Allen warned you that she was going to write about the two of you kissing in her autobiography and how did that come about?" Kravitz promptly replied: "who's Lily Allen?" Redmayne tried to defuse the situation, calling Allen "the voice of a generation" and saying "I love her," a statement which Kravitz promptly corrected: "no you don't."
Kravitz clarified the situation: "If by kissing she means attacking, then yes, she kissed me." In the book, Kravitz said, the incident was portrayed "like I wanted it." Cohen, seemingly nervous about entering in the middle of the brewing beef, asked Kravitz if she read the book and she continued to rip Allen apart: "I don't think anybody read the book."
They moved on to tamer topics, like meeting J.K. Rowling and seeing her go to the bathroom, but the video of Kravitz' accusation is below: