Actress Rose McGowan hits stars AGAIN for ‘monster’ Weinstein silence, and what about Tina Fey?

It was the worst kept secret in Hollywood, and still after Harvey Weinstein was outed as a sexual predator many of his fellow Tinsel Town elitists are loath to say a word against him.

And actress Rose McGowan, one of his victims, has hit back at her fellow stars.

“This is the girl that was hurt by a monster,” she wrote on Twitter, along with a picture of herself in her 20s. “This is who you are shaming with your silence.”

It came hours before it was announced that Weinstein was fired from the Weinstein Company, the movie company he founded, and where former first daughter Malia Obama interned this year.

McGowan was angry his brother Bob was not fired along with him.

It was a year ago that McGowan said that her ex sold a movie to her “rapist” using the hashtag #WhyWomenDontReport.

Some speculated then that she was referring to her ex Robert Rodriguez who directed McGowan in the 2007 movie “Grindhouse” which was distributed by the independent label Dimension Films that is owned by the Weinstein Company, Variety reported.

If true, it takes the allegations from sexual harassment to rape.

At the time McGowan called it an “open secret” and said she was told by a female attorney that she would not be believed because she performed in a sex scene.

Despite it being an “open secret,” Weinstein has still not been denounced by Hillary Clinton, who he raised funds for in both of her presidential campaigns, nor was he lampooned by Saturday Night Live, whose creator, Lorne Michaels, claimed was because Weinstein is a New Yorker.

A hilarious excuse, as President DOnald Trump is a New Yorker who has been attacked on the show every week for more than a year. The show also attacked former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly, another New Yorker, over sexual harassment allegations.

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But it appears that some former Saturday Night Live cast-mates took a shot at Weinstein’s activities years ago.

In a 2012 episode of “30 Rock,” on which former SNL cast member Tina Fey was an executive producer, the character Jenna Maroney, played by Jane Krakowski, called Weinstein out by name.

“Oh please, I’m not afraid of anyone in show business,” she told the character Tracy Jordan, played by another former SNL cast member, Tracy Morgan. “I turned down intercourse with Harvey Weinstein on no less than three occasions… out of five.”

Apparently not everyone associated with SNL is a coward.

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Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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