Rodriguez, who dated McGowan from 2006 to 2009, said that after McGowan told him that Weinstein had allegedly raped her and had then blacklisted her in Hollywood, the director was was incensed.
Rosanna Arquette, who has also accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct last fall, also made the point that so numerous women who brought down Weinstein were absent from the Globes: "No we weren't invited", she tweeted.
"No one should forget that you were the first one who broke the silence", Argento wrote.
As you likely saw, most of the attendees at the Tinseltown award show donned black ensembles in order to stand with the Time's Up movement, which was founded to combat sexual misconduct in the workplace.
The black attire and #TimesUp pins at Sunday night's Golden Globe Awards were meant to bring attention to the plight of victims of sexual assault, harassment and inequality.
'Anyone who tries to diminish your work is a troll and an enemy of the movement. "I want to have a conversation with everyone, and most especially, you about looking at things differently and seeing beauty everywhere", the actress and activist added. "I am on your side until I die". Network does seem an odd fit for McGowan right now, however, given their host Catt Saddler left after discovering her salary was half that of her male counterpart. And I have been working on my whistle blowing and taking the motherf**king Monster down for 20 years. YOUR SILENCE is THE problem.
Not long after the shade, Meryl responded by saying she was "hurt to be attacked by" Rose and promised that she knew nothing about Harvey's predatory ways.
"As I ready my book, 'BRAVE, ' I realized I wanted to show how we can heal through art even when being hounded by evil", McGowan said in a press release for the show. "And I decided not to stay silent". "I was in a backward world", she writes. That's where the cover-ups convene.