Rose McGowan's Twitter Account Suspended As She Renews Attacks on Hollywood

Rose McGowan's Twitter Account Suspended As She Renews Attacks on Hollywood

Rose McGowan's Twitter Account Suspended As She Renews Attacks on Hollywood

McGowan, who accused Weinstein of raping her, had her Twitter account suspended Thursday.

Weinstein's spokesperson denied the latest accusation in a statement to CNN.

Those participating in the boycott have been tweeting their support with the hashtag #WomenBoycottTwitter before logging off for 24 hours.

Chrissy Teigen, Mark Ruffalo and Ava Duvernay are among the stars boycotting Twitter over the treatment of its female users.

Most recently, the actress' Twitter was suspended after she posted a private phone number during her explosive Harvey Weinstein blowout. But many social media users felt she had been silenced.

McGowan didn't just unleash her thoughts on Weinstein, but also on several Hollywood figures who have since come out to denounce the former movie producer.

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Twitter also played a role in the recent controversy over ESPN reporter Jemele Hill, who was suspended from her job for violating ESPN's social media guidelines a second time with her tweets about National Football League protests. Internet users are now accusing Twitter of arbitrarily applying its rules to censor some accounts and not others, such as President Trump, who's received flak for sparking controversy through his Twitter account.

To this, Rose had tweeted, "GODDAMNIT!" "Not even joking, his account lives".

McGowan concluded her tweets by calling on Bezos, 53, to "stop funding rapists, alleged pedos and sexual harassers".

Many men have also lent their support, including actors Mark Ruffalo and Terry Crews. To stand with the victims of sexual assault, online threats and abuse.

Silence will speak volumes on Friday as a day long Twitter boycott has been organized to protest harassment and abuse against women on the social media platform.

BTW, in case you had any doubts about how Rose was coming back, here's what she tweeted BEFORE all that.

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