Published: Wed, January 10, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

Rose McGowan Slams 'Hollywood Fakery' of Black-Dress Protest at Golden Globes

Rose McGowan Slams 'Hollywood Fakery' of Black-Dress Protest at Golden Globes

According to McGowan, someone had texted her to ask if her name could be used to "aid female farmworkers for sexual harassment", she said.

The full-page print ad in The Times features black text against a white background, with a back-and-forth between the words "He said" and "She said" for two lines, until the words "She said" take over the rest of the page.

The show will chronicle her experience as a champion for survivors of sexual violence.

So it's not surprising that when I asked McGowan if she thought there was any way for something like Time's Up to effect change from within the broken systems it's trying to transform, I barely got my question out before she responded with an unequivocal, "No".

She also noted, "I am having to sell my house right now, paying legal bills to fight off 'the monster.' That is what I am facing". "My father said I was born with my fists up". She has so much that's valuable to say. She called the series "raw" and her "truth". I see behind the scenes. But with the show, which will be aired globally, "I'm just trying to stop global rapists and child molesters, it's as simple as that".

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"I was waiting for someone to come along (with public accusations), but no one did", she said. I have been working on my album and book for three years.

What does she hope to accomplish with the new series? She has described the decision for celebrities to wear black to Sunday's Golden Globes as "Hollywood fakery".

E!, the network that brought us such gems as Keeping Up With The Kardashians, announced this week that they have picked up Citizen Rose which will begin as a two-part documentary based on Rose McGowan's activism. "I want to have a conversation with everyone, and most especially, you about looking at things differently and seeing beauty everywhere". And her "ultimate goal" is to influence legislation to improve protections for women. She claims she was set up on the charges of drug possession that led to an arrest in November and was briefly suspended from Twitter in October following tweets accusing Ben Affleck of lying about his knowledge of Weinstein's behavior.

A settlement reached with Weinstein in 1997 over an encounter in a hotel room during the Sundance film festival didn't include a non-disclosure agreement, McGowan said.

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