Rose McGowan was not pleased with a sure social media platform.
The Charmed actress—who has been actively tweeting in regards to the Harvey Weinstein scandal—claimed that Twitter suspended her account.
“TWITTER HAS SUSPENDED ME. THERE ARE POWERFUL FORCES AT WORK. BE MY VOICE. #ROSEARMY,” the actress posted on Instagram together with an image of the notification she acquired from Twitter.
E! Information realized that McGowan’s Twitter account was not truly suspended however quite quickly locked, which it now not is.
A Twitter spokesperson additionally advised E! Information “We do not touch upon particular person accounts for privateness and safety causes.”
The notification McGowan acquired claimed her account “violated the Twitter Guidelines.” Consequently, the social platform “temporality restricted a few of your account options.”
Which guidelines the actress supposedly violated, nevertheless, is not instantly clear.
Ever since The New York Occasions revealed an exposé detailing a long time of sexual misconduct allegations towards Weinstein, McGowan (who was talked about within the article) has been tweeting in regards to the Weinstein Firm and sexual harassment. For example, she referred to as for the resignation of the Weinstein Firm board members and referred to as out Matt Damon with regard to a Vulture piece that accused Damon and Russell Crowe of attempting to dispel stories of Weinstein’s allegations for a 2004 article.
Damon denied realizing of the allegations.
McGowan additionally tweeted to Ben Affleck and Casey Affleck, asking them “how’s your morning boys?” Ben launched an announcement saying he was “saddened” and “indignant” over Weinstein’s allegations; nevertheless, the Batman v Superman actor additionally not too long ago apologized to Hilarie Burton for an alleged incident of misconduct that occurred on TRL in 2003.
Casey settled two sexual harassment fits in 2010.