Rose McGowan Calls Time's Up Movement 'Fake' For Partnering With Hollywood's Biggest Talent Agency
Rose McGowan is not a fan of the latest anti-harassment campaign, Time's Up.
The actress took to her social media account to slam the new organization for being fake after it was announced the group would be partnering with the CAA.
Rose McGowan Is Fed Up
The Charmed actress has been one of the most vocal actresses in Hollywood since the outbreak of sex scandals made headlines. She has also been the most vocal out of all of Harvey Weinstein's accusers. McGowan previously claimed that Weinstein raped her in 1997 at the Sundance Film Festival and also had her blacklisted.
The actress has been adamant about taking down Weinstein and other men in Hollywood who have abused their power to get what they want from women. In the process, the actress has also spoken out against certain actresses that claimed they were unaware of Weinstein's behavior.
McGowan did not support the blackout crusade that graced the red carpet during the 75th annual Golden Globes on Jan. 8, 2018. She was not in attendance at the event and called the act as "Hollywood fakery".
"Not one of those fancy people wearing black to honor our rapes would have lifted a finger had it not been so. I have no time for Hollywood fakery," she stated.
McGowan is now also exposing the Time's Up movement because of their association with one of Hollywood's biggest talent agencies. The actress further claimed that the CAA is made up of "pimps" who were responsible for putting actresses in those horrendous incidents.
And guess where they meet? Who do you think is behind this “great” pr? Why, it’s the company of pimps that sent so many into a the Monster’s Lair themselves. CAA. #TIMESUP fakes pic.twitter.com/rXUoItnhCO
— rose mcgowan (@rosemcgowan) January 9, 2018
However, McGowan isn't the only person throwing the CAA or any Hollywood agency under the bus. Fox News contributor, Tamara Holder, also stated that she was told by her agent not go public after she was almost assaulted by a senior executive who wanted her to perform oral sex on him.
Other actresses have alleged that they were sent by their agents to met with Weinstein at a hotel or his home and found the disgraced producer indecently exposed.
McGowan is gearing up to expose more men in Hollywood in her docu-series Citizen Rose. The show will air on E!, Jan. 30, 2018 at 8:00 p.m. EST.