Scream’s Hollywood star Rose McGowan took to social media this week to share her thoughts on the sexual harassment scandal involving New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.
McGowan fired back in her testimony by setting fire to President Joe Biden, her former “Charmed” co-star Alyssa Milano, and others for their role in the scandal.
She also called Times Up CEO and President Tina Tchen over reports alleging that she had given Cuomo’s advisors advice on drafting a letter responding to his accusers’ allegations against him.
Backstory: New York AG announces that Governor Cuomo has sexually molested several women
McGowan finishes off
“Do you remember when Hollywood actresses and paid activists wore silly black dresses at the Oscars? This was sponsored by Times Up, which was supposed to help abuse victims. I told the world they were a lie more than three years ago, ”wrote McGowan.
“I’ve been ridiculed and molested by so many who want to believe the illusion. Wake up, “she added. “Hard truths are inconvenient and inconvenient. So what, soak it up. “
McGowan was referring to the red carpet at the 2018 Golden Globe Awards, with some of the biggest stars wearing black outfits to draw attention to sexual harassment and assault scandals in Hollywood, according to Fox News.
“Milano, TimesUp, fake performers and profiteers,” McGowan continued. “Alyssa’s statement at the time had full impact. She was telling my truth by saying, ‘Injured people, injured people’. No, Alyssa, it’s lizard people like you, SDK Knickerbocker, Gov Cuomo, the Pres, Tina Chen, who hurt people. Your time is up. Leave the stage on the left. “
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– Rose McGowan (@rosemcgowan) August 5, 2021
Tchen mentioned in the attorney general’s report
New York attorney general Letitia James said in her report that Cuomo’s top adviser, Melissa DeRosa, testified that the governor had told her to seek advice from attorney Roberta Kaplan, who co-founded Time’s Up legal defense fund with Tchen.
“According to Ms. DeRosa, Ms. Kaplan read the letter to the advocacy director, Times Up [Tchen], and both allegedly alleged that the letter was fine without the statements about Ms. Boylan’s interactions with male colleagues, ”said James.
However, Tchen denied this and said, “I never gave advice to the governor or his team.”
“I called Robbie Kaplan about a letter allegedly sent by his staff in which I gave the same advice I give to everyone else: no survivors should be attacked and the truth should be told,” Tchen added.
“I’m angry that the governor’s office used me and TIME’S UP to justify their defense,” she continued. “TIME’S UP is an organization that has always put survivors at the center while holding those who do harm accountable. Any contrary characterization of us is simply not true. “
This piece was written by James Samson on August 8th, 2021. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used with permission.
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