Rose McGowan says shaving her head helped people listen to her Harvey Weinstein allegations
The 47-year-old ‘Charmed’ star has revealed that her decision to shave her head before speaking out against Harvey Weinstein, made people listen to her and people started paying attention.
Rose McGowan and fellow actor Ashley Judd were the first women who came forward with the allegations against Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct, back in 2016.
Soon after that, the Planet Terror star became a prominent name in the #MeToo movement. She accused the former American film producer of raping her in 1997. After decades she decided to come out with the truth and she believes that shaving her head before it, helped her as people were now listening and paying attention to what she was saying.
In a recent interview with ‘The Guardian’, McGowan stated,
Recently, the British actor, director, and screenwriter; Noel Clarke, was also accused of sexual misconduct by more than 20 women. When asked about following this latest case of bullying and sexual harassment in the industry, McGowan responded,
“I did, yes. And they were a bit shocking. The thing is, for every one of those women, how many didn’t come forward? And did people know, and just were like, “This is how it is”?
Apparently, Rose McGowan believes that there would be more victims of such incidents who have not come out yet.
The Grindhouse star made headlines a few weeks back when she showed her support for Britney Spears. When the pop icon opened up in court about her conservatorship and that she wants to end it, Rose McGowan came forward with her views to support the 39-year old music sensation.
Rose McGowan runs a podcast named ‘The Brave Truth’ in which she talked about Brtiney Spears. She also mentioned that the people in the entertainment industry get bullied and it is considered normal by others. Like, people think that entertaining others is a crime and if they are hated, people think that they deserve it.