Her voice is cardinal in the fight for justice against the broken film magnate Harvey Weinstein.
And Rose McGowan has confirmed that her unmasking of the shameful misbehavior of Hollywood & # 39; no personal gain & # 39; is when she opened for GQ Magazine after being the first female recipient of the Inspiration of the Year award of the publication.
The actress, 45, also reached out to the & # 39; disgusting people & # 39; who continue to work for the smeared producer, who has been accused of sexually assaulting dozens of women, even going so far as to be more guilty than he is & # 39 ;.
Candid: Rose McGowan has confirmed that her unmasking of the shameful misbehavior of Hollywood & # 39; no personal gain & # 39; is when she turned to GQ Magazine
Rose, who, as one of the first, broke their silence against Weinstein, claiming that he had done so raped her and that Amazon Studios dropped her project after she complained, insisted that she would not lead the fight against him for personal gain.
She assured: & # 39; I do not have a stake in this game. I do not make money out of this. I even lost money. This is not for personal gain. This is only because there is a lot of injustice in the world. & # 39;
Rose, who also claimed that many male actors in Hollywood were aware of Weinstein's behavior, also addressed those who are still on his payroll.
Part of the problem: the actress, 45, struck the & # 39; disgusting people & # 39; who continue to work for the abusive producer, who has been accused of having sexually abused dozens of women
She raged: "The people who constantly surprise me are the disgusting people who take money from him and work for him because I think they are more guilty than he is.
& # 39; He has something wrong in his head; what is their excuse? & # 39;
Despite being put in the limelight to call Weinstein, Rose insisted that he should not be part of her obituary – just as he was not included in her memoir, Brave.
She confessed: "I did not want to put it on my obituary and I still do not. And I think I'm not ready, so hopefully what I do in the future can cancel it from my obituary.
Taking charge of the fight: Rose's interview follows her emotional acceptance speech last week, telling the crowd she was dedicating her prize to & # 39; those who have no voice & # 39;
& # 39; I also think you can write your own obituary, just as I did not mention it in my book. That was the unholy joke of all this. I never mentioned him because his name is so ugly that he did not belong in the beautiful words I wrote. & # 39;
Rose's candid interview follows her emotional acceptance speech last week, with the former Charmed star telling the crowd: & # 39; It is very nice to be recognized for the years behind the scenes that I have done and some for the screens.
& # 39; But I just come as a representative for those who have no voice and I feel like I am standing in front of them, so if I feel that I am being honored, they are the ones who are being honored. & # 39;
Trailblazer: Rose is the first female recipient of the Inspiration of the Year Award of the publication
She continued: & # 39; I have really come to peace. My monster has paid people in your industry, people who ridicule you, to paint me as unbalanced and like a pee. People ask whether what I do is for women, it is not. It is for men. You have been selling an illusion from birth that you are better. It is in you to change and I see you as the people as you are.
& # 39; My platform is one of freedom for humanity. I want women to hate themselves less and know that they deserve a place at the table.
& # 39; Thanks Dylan [GQ editor] for breaking the black list within your own company. I was silenced silently by my rapist for 20 years, but then I realized that I had more followers than the head of the Senate and I thought about it. & # 39;
Injustice: Rose, who is one of the first to break their silence against Weinstein, claims that he raped her and that Amazon Studios dropped her project after she complained