Rose McGowan Calls Out Hollywood Celebrities for 'Profiting from Known Monsters'
'Dear Hollywood, YOU MUST CLEAN HOUSE'
Actress-turned-#MeToo activist Rose McGowan called out “chickensh*t” Hollywood celebrities who are profiting from “known monsters,” accusing them of being “monsters” themselves.
Rose McGowan wrote in a tweet:
“Dear Hollywood, YOU MUST CLEAN HOUSE."
"If you are profiting from known monsters YOU are a monster."
"And to all you chickensh*t celebs I promise this, if you do not start blowing your goddamn truth whistles you will fade away. We see you. The time is now,” she said, referring to the mounting allegations against Hollywood producer Scott Rudin.
Dear Hollywood, YOU MUST CLEAN HOUSE. If you are profiting from known monsters YOU are a monster. And to all you chickenshit celebs I promise this, if you do not start blowing your goddamn truth whistles you will fade away. We see you. The time is now. https://t.co/aPO4cmhi0N— Rose McGowan (@rosemcgowan) April 10, 2021
McGowan’s remarks come following a Hollywood Reporter article that detailed the alleged abusive workplace behavior of the Oscar-winning Hollywood producer.
One allegation includes Rudin throwing a stapler at an assistant and calling him a “retard” and smashing a computer monitor on an assistant’s hand.
The incident in 2012, according to the report, saw Rudin became so enraged that one of his assistants failed to book a flight for him that he allegedly smashed an Apple computer monitor on the assistant’s hand.
The young assistant was left bleeding after the screen reportedly shattered on his hand.
The victim ultimately received a monetary settlement and three associate producing credits, according to an anonymous source.
A legal source told the trade journal that most bullying claims against Rudin are settled quietly.
Rudin also allegedly threw a baked potato at an assistant for not knowing why people from indie distributor A24 were waiting in the lobby in 2018.
“He threw it at me, and I dodged a big potato. He was like, ‘Well, find out, and get me a new potato,’” the former assistant told the Reporter.
McGowan responded on Thursday, writing:
“Tom Cruise to Trey Parker. They all know.”
“Super producer Scott Rudin must be stopped. Enough. What is wrong with you Hollywood?” she asked.
“You are putting your values in our minds. Your value system is sick. Stop poisoning us. End power abuse now.”
Tom Cruise to Trey Parker. They all know. Super producer Scott Rudin must be stopped. Enough. What is wrong with you Hollywood? You are putting your values in our minds. Your value system is sick. Stop poisoning us. End power abuse now. pic.twitter.com/OYFhZGC8qp— Rose McGowan (@rosemcgowan) April 8, 2021
Earlier this month, McGowan accused Twitter and "powerful" Democrats of censoring her after her account was suspended over a tweet about Bill Clinton and Jeffrey Epstein.
McGowan cut a video for Russia Today to take Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to task for suspending her account.
“What are you so afraid of, Jack Dorsey, a little freedom of speech?” McGowan said in her video.
“I know Twitter is trying to silence me, and I know a lot of powerful Democrats are behind it.”