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Rose McGowan Slams Alyssa Milano for Supporting Harvey Weinstein's Wife

Rose McGowan Slams Alyssa Milano for Supporting Harvey Weinstein's Wife

Alyssa Milano is a longtime friend of Georgina Chapman, the estranged wife of disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein, and she has spoken out with her support for the fashion designer.

Now, Rose McGowan, one of the outspoken pioneers of the movement against sexual harassment, is slamming Alyssa.

“You make me want to vomit. You actually gave me a body flashback. Well done, fake one,” Rose tweeted. She later added, “Alyssa, maybe you and Georgina can call up Camille Cosby.”

Within days of the Weinstein scandal making headlines, Georgina announced that she was leaving her husband.

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  • Kerria098

    So according to Rose other women are not allowed to be supportive of the wives of the abusers even if the wife was a very good friend of theirs and left the husband. That’s not being very supportive of women imo at all. The wives of these abusers are going to need support too. Some of them may have been unaware.

  • John Black

    rose is not good in her head – just let it slide

  • meme

    rose is nuts and needs to shut up.

  • Cool Boots

    Well said. That is exactly what I was thinking.

  • pitta

    She’s crazy!

  • Sansa Squad

    I agree, but Rose is obviously lashing out emotionally at Alyssa because they have personal history, so there’s probably a lot more to this than just the Georgina thing. (Also, I know Felicity Huffman – who’s worked with both Georgina and Harvey – has said she doesn’t believe Georgina was completely oblivious to all of this so I’m sure she’s internalizing that too.) I don’t fault victims for the way they react but as a rule I think it’s dangerous to ostracize the wives too because it’ll only discourage others from breaking ties in the future.

  • cutitout

    Rose needs to be committed. She is out of control. She needs to deal with the fact that keeping her silence for all these years(and taking the cash) she was complicent in the abuse of all the women abused after she was. She colluded with the monster to salvage her own career. Deal with that then forgive yourself and then maybe you will not be so crazy anymore. Or lay off the coke….

  • LittlePaperStars

    Perhaps she should take a moment and consider that she might not know everything. Playing devils advocate theres always a chance that perhaps Georgina is a victim too. We’ll probably never know the extent to what she knew, it may have been as simple as thinking he was just having extra marital affairs (which lets be honest you’d be ok with too if you were married to that monster, so long as you didn’t have to service him), not that he was abusing or harassing. Rose is just lashing out at anyone, she took a dig at Meryl Streep too, I dont doubt her story but she’s clearly not well. You could continue blaming anyone and everyone right down to those who heard rumours, it’s been an open Hollywood secret for decades, you can’t blame anyone who may have once heard something or seen something and never acted. It’s ludicrous. Blame the guy who can’t keep it in his pants and focus your attention on them

  • Sansa Squad

    Uhhh blaming victims for how they dealt with their own pain and trauma isn’t a good look either… Historically, “out of control” women HAVE been committed (even lobotomized) for behavior deemed out of line by men, so like maybe chill with that…

  • Stoni

    Shut up Rose! Publicity stunt.

  • Stoni

    Yep Rosemary Kennedy is the perfect example of what you’re saying.

  • USWeeklyHatesComments

    Whatever between Rose and Alyssa aside, you have to understand how angry Rose must be and how she’s been made to feel a liar and crazy and to shut up. She has the right to feel the things she’s feeling. Yeah, maybe she shouldn’t say anything to his soon to be ex-wife, but she was raped. She’s a victim and victim’s deal with things differently. Actually, individuals deal with things differently than other individuals.

    And there have been many who have implied that Georgina knew what was happening.

    Personally, I was rather taken aback by Georgina’s comment and sources that she was leaving Harvey for the sake of her company. Marchesa’s reputation was more important. That’s really sad.

  • USWeeklyHatesComments

    No she’s not. She’s angry.

  • pitta

    crazy!

  • Shlomo Teittleman

    lock her up in belvue

  • E.R.D

    georgina was aware that something was going on.
    she was with harvey weinstein during the time that the nypd had recorded him. she was completely aware of the fact that he was also forcing women to where her dresses. people turn a blind eye when it suits them.

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  • Maria M.

    There is no doubt that Rose is complicit in HW’s abuse after her settlement date far more than his wife. She had every opportunity to report him to the police and prevent him from repeating his abusing behavior but she didn’t think about other women, she put her career first. She is all about the victims now but wasn’t when she had a chance to do something about it. If she had any decency she would keep her mouth shut about his wife!

  • Sansa Squad

    You know who else could’ve done something about it? Everyone else who knew and protected him and covered it up. She was probably the most vocal of all his victims, EVEN though he and his cronies threatened her and told everyone she was crazy. Blaming VICTIMS for how they react to this kind of abuse and trauma – when they’re lucky to survive it at all – is absolutely f*cking disgusting. Not a surprising take coming from someone who defended BRYAN SINGER of all people (I see you dude) but seriously have the decency to keep your misogynistic victim-blaming bullshit to yourself.

  • Maria M.

    This a public forum, you Nazi b/tch! I am entitled to my opinion and entitled to have different opinion than you. It makes me sick to share the sex with the likes of you.

  • rosaryblue

    I’m not surprised to see this. I noticed at one point that Alyssa had been very vocal about Harvey Weinstein and women’s rights etc but NEVER mentioned Rose McGowan. And they worked together on Charmed. I assumed there was a problem between them but thought it was petty of Alyssa to keep up the angst bc in a situation like this, when one of you is raped, you lay down the swords. Obviously, Alyssa didn’t and now that she comes out for Georgina, I don’t blame Rose for flipping out. Let’s face it. Georgina had to know at least a little something. And Alyssa is getting press for being an activist, and now Georgina is getting sympathy. But Rose? Rose was still raped. Still dealing with it and still getting snubbed by Alyssa. Not going to blame Rose in this one. Alyssa feels like an opportunist to me.

  • Sansa Squad

    I’m v confident you don’t share “the sex” with me you fraudulent psycho, but that’s neither here nor there. The fact that you’d call me a “N*zi b*tch” for telling you not to blame someone who was raped for not reporting her (powerful and well-connected) rapist to your satisfaction is *truly* insane. Holding women accountable for the actions of men is pure misogyny – internalized or otherwise – and while you’re entitled to your shitty opinion, I’m entitled to tell you it flat-out sucks. Bye, boo #blockedt

  • Max

    Charmed reunion anyone? guess that’s off the table finally.

  • agus

    You can call it however you want but the fact is that Rose took hush money (not even big).

  • agus

    The problem with contemporary feminism is that they don’t want to take responsibility for their actions – it’s always men’s faults.

  • MyName

    Not being oblivious though covers much ground. She may have believed he liked and even enjoyed other women but not knew that he was a predator.
    I also don’t fault the abused with how they handle it but that doesn’t mean one gets to publicly attack others.
    RM seems to be in quite a bit of emotional pain and I hope she’s getting all the counseling she needs.

  • MyName

    I do believe that someone should come forward to try to stop the abuse from happening to others. However, not everyone is that strong in the moment anyway. Some feel they won’t be believed and work again and may have trouble in other jobs/careers. Some of them have children to support and worry about paying the bills. Not every performer has a college education to fall back on and those who do may not be hired due to negative publicity for a company.

  • MyName

    Yes, even if I felt I couldn’t go public, I wouldn’t have taken hush money.

  • MyName

    She was though surrounded by peers who all too easily supported Roman Polanski and others like him.

  • MyName

    That isn’t true of all. It’s about equality which means having the same opportunities and taking the responsibility too.

  • MyName

    Not for the right price