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Rose McGowan Slams Media After Donald Trump Election Win: 'You Are Poisoning Us'

Rose McGowan has written an open letter to media outlets to slam them for their coverage of Donald Trump during the election cycle.

“You all had a hand in this. You must take ownership of this situation,” the 43-year-old actress wrote on Twitter on Wednesday (November 9). “You are causing a worldwide sickness. You are POISONING us as sure as Flint is poisoning its citizens. You are poisoning your very own family and us, your brothers and sisters. This is real. We are sick. Living with your daily reign of terror cancer, and it is terror cancer, is something we are unwilling to do for another minute.”

“We, the public, need for you to look for your humanity,” the letter continued. Read it below. “Stop covering him.”

Rose McGowan Pens Open Letter to Hollywood After Sexual Assault Reveal

Rose McGowan has penned an open letter to actors and other members of the entertainment community after revealing that she was sexually assaulted by a Hollywood executive.

In the letter, the 43-year-old actress encourages others to not work with people that are known “offenders” and to “stop rewarding sociopaths.”

“How many more stories do you have to hear before you do the right thing and stop rewarding men that are predators? Why are you so cowardly that you would take the softer, easier way out? I can tell you this, your soul is a blighted one if you do so,” Rose writes in the note, which she shared on her Twitter account.

Read all that Rose had to say in her Tweet below…

Rose McGowan Opens Up About Her Sexual Assault By A Hollywood Exec

Rose McGowan is opening up about being sexually assaulted by an unnamed Hollywood executive in a series of very honest tweets.

The 43-year-old actress and director took to her Twitter to share her story amid many other women opening up following allegations recently made against Donald Trump.

Rose wrote that she was raped by a studio executive but was told that she would never win a criminal case against her attacker.

“a (female) criminal attorney said because I’d done a sex scene in a film I would never win against the studio head. #WhyWomenDontReport,” one Tweet read.

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Rose McGowan Holds Hands With a Mystery Man in NYC

Rose McGowan rocks a metallic gold jacket while stepping out on Saturday (October 8) in New York City.

The 43-year-old Charmed actress was spotted holding hands with music producer Boots while dressed in head-to-toe black. You may recognize Boots as a contributor on Beyonce‘s fifth studio album!

That same day, Rose voiced her opposition to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on her Instagram.


In case you missed it, Rose penned an open letter to the press last month concerning its 2016 election coverage of Donald.

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Rose McGowan Pens Letter to the Press About Donald Trump

Rose McGowan is calling out the media.

The 42-year-old actress has penned an open letter to “CNN Fox CBS ABC NBC Viacom The Murdochs and Donald Trump” in regards to the 2016 Election coverage.

“WE ARE BEING POISONED. We, the public, are being sickened by an ever expanding assault on our right to live a healthy and free life,” Rose wrote. “Donald & you ratings driven colluders, are holding us the public hostage and exposing us to disease. A massive DISease.”

She added, “We, the public, need for you to look for your humanity. We, the public, need you to think differently and to do better. Think different. Do better. It’s that easy to be a better person and to do the right thing no matter the cost. The time is now.”

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America Ferrera Supports 'Sister' Amber Tamblyn's Directorial Debut at LA Film Festival!

America Ferrera supports her friend Amber Tamblyn at the premiere of her directorial debut Paint it Black at the Los Angeles Film Festival on Friday (June 3) in Los Angeles.

The ladies starred together in the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants movies and brought their husbands – Ryan Piers Williams and David Cross, respectively – to the event.

Amber‘s cast – Alia Shawkat, Alfred Molina, Rhys Wakefield, and Emily Rios – were in attendance, as were celeb supporters Rose McGowan, Alicia Witt, Alison Pill, and Ari Graynor.

Paint it Black is the story of the aftermath of Michael’s death, and Josie’s struggle to hold onto the true world he shared with her. As Josie searches for the key to understanding his death, she finds herself both repelled and attracted to Michael’s pianist mother, Meredith, who holds Josie responsible for her son’s torment. Soon, the two women find themselves drawn into a twisted relationship reflecting equal parts distrust and blind need.

FYI: America is wearing a Ted Baker London dress.

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Fox Apologizes for 'X-Men' Billboard of Mystique Being Strangled

Fox has released a statement to apologize for an X-Men: Apocalypse billboard that shows Jennifer Lawrence‘s character Mystique being strangled by the male title villain.

Rose McGowan publicly slammed the studio for approving the image as promotional material as it shows violence against women.

“In our enthusiasm to show the villainy of the character Apocalypse we didn’t immediately recognize the upsetting connotation of this image in print form,” the studio told The Hollywood Reporter in a statement. “Once we realized how insensitive it was, we quickly took steps to remove those materials. We apologize for our actions and would never condone violence against women.”