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Rose McGowan Blasts Black-Clad Golden Globe Attendees for ‘Hollywood Fakery’

Starlet Rose McGowan accused the black-clad stars at Sunday night’s Golden Globes of engaging in “Hollywood fakery” after attendees at the ceremony adhered to an all-black gown code as a demonstration declaration against the industry’s continuous sexual abuse scandal.McGowan– one of the

very first women to come forward with claims of sexual abuse versus disgraced film magnate Harvey Weinstein– did not go to Sunday night’s event, however made the comment in an online exchange with fellow starlet and sexual attack victim Asia Argento, who has also accused Weinstein of misconduct.Argento had tweeted to McGowan, telling her:”No one ought to forget that you were the very first one who broke the silence. Anyone who tries to lessen your work is a troll and an opponent of the movement. You gave me the guts to speak out. I am on your side up until I die. “McGowan responded by expressing her own assistance for Argento. “And not one of those elegant people using black to honor our rapes would have raised a finger had it not been so,”she wrote.” I have no time for Hollywood fakery, but you I enjoy. “And not one of those fancy people wearing black to honor our rapes would have lifted a finger had it not been so. I have no

time for Hollywood fakery, however you I love,. @AsiaArgento #RoseArmy https://t.co/9e0938y5sI!.?.!— rose mcgowan(@rosemcgowan)January 8, 2018 In a

tweet Monday morning, Argento– who implicated Weinstein in October of rape– declared she was not invited to this year’s Golden Globes, in spite of her role in the nascent #MeToo movement.”I can just speak for myself however not only I wasn’t welcomed to the #GoldenGlobes: no one asked my viewpoint about #TIMESUP or to sign the letter, “the 42-year-old actress wrote.” I support @TIMESUPNOW even though I was omitted from it. Think I am not EFFECTIVE or HOLLYWOOD enough. Happy to work behind the scenes.” In follow-up tweets, starlet Rosanna Arquette– who likewise implicated Weinstein of abuse– included that she hadn’t been welcomed either, and neither had her alleged fellow victims Mira Sorvino, Annabella Sciorra, and Daryl Hannah. Star Corey Feldman, who had spoken up about his supposed mistreatment in Hollywood for several years, also tweeted that he had not been invited.”Do U C the hypocrisy here? Hollywood deciding in unity, when I wasn’t invited?”Feldman wrote. Stars participating in Sunday night’s Globes worn all black as a statement versus extensive claims of sexual mistreatment in the show business, and many likewise used specially-made”Time’s Up”pins on their lapels. The scandal was described many times throughout the occasion, consisting of by Cecil B. DeMille award recipient Oprah Winfrey, who got a standing ovation when she said a”brand-new day is on the horizon “for ladies all over the country.On Sunday, McGowan released the trailer for her upcoming television series, Person Rose, which records her struggle with mistreatment and her activism in Hollywood. The series premieres on the E! network on January 30. Follow Daniel Nussbaum on Twitter: @dznussbaum