Rose McGowan had given her first daytime interviews on Good Morning America and The View where she promoted her new book, Brave, and her new docu-series, Citizen Rose. Following this, McGowan also appeared recently on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and Nightline where she gave more startling comments and bizarre antics that left viewers a bit puzzled. 

McGowan Strikes Back

During her interview with host, Stephen Colbert, the actress stated that she was spoke out against Harvey Weinstein a year ago contrary to what everyone else believes.

"Here's the thing about you. Six months ago, before you and other people had the courage and bravery to come out and talk about Harvey Weinstein..." Colbert started. 

"Mine was a year ago. I was the architect.... But I didn't talk...I wanted them to have a voice," McGowan interrupted.

The actress, wearing a large orange hoodie, sat comfortably on Colbert's chair while discussing whether she ever thought she lost her sanity after claiming Weinstein was spying on her.

"No, I always knew it was everybody else. I see things," McGowan replied.


McGowan also appeared on ABC's Nightline with Juju Chang where she spoke on her relationship with former co-star Alyssa Milano, who has been credited for reviving the #MeToo movement.

The 44-year-old actress blatantly stated that she did not like Milano and that she was "a lie."

This wasn't the first time McGowan publicly insulted Milano. McGowan also slammed Milano in 2017 for her relationship with Weinstein's estranged wife, Georgina Chapman. 

McGowan later tried to backtrack her statement about Milano by stating "the system" was a lie, "not an individual."

.@rosemcgowan on former co-star Alyssa Milano's #MeToo work: 'She's a lie.' But Milano tells @ABC News' Nightline, "I am and always have been completely supportive of Rose." Tonight on Nightline with @JujuChangABC

- Nightline (@Nightline) February 1, 2018

Many social media users have begun to question McGowan's state of mind after the interviews, saying that McGowan was "out of her mind" and that the interview with Colbert was "weird."

The Scream star claimed that she was raped by Weinstein at the 1997 Sundace Film Festival. The actress has been one of Weinstein's most active accusers and would consistently voice her opinions on her social media accounts. McGowan also spoke out against several other actors and actresses, including Ben Affleck and Meryl Streep who claimed they were "unaware" of Weinstein's sexual crimes.