Rose McGowan, another Weinstein accuser who earlier blasted the idea that stars wear black to the show, tweeted to Argento that she had "no time for Hollywood fakery" coming from, as she put it, "fancy people wearing black to honor our rapes".
"My brand is raw and it's true and it's my truth", she said. "And I knew it was a lot of us".
The series, for which she began filming footage on her own three years ago, is "pretty much all access", and a trailer screened for TV critics shows her speaking out, volunteering and advocating, well before the recent allegations surfaced. " "Misconduct" sounds tepid at best".
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McGowan insisted said she never signed a nondisclosure agreement when she settled with Weinstein, as has been widely reported.
"My father said I was born with my fist up". McGowan was asked about Time's Up and trying to change the system from within, and before the reporter had even finished the question about whether that is possible, McGowan said "No".
McGowan was somewhat more abashed when asked for her opinion on a controversy involving former E! host Catt Sadler, who left the network after learning her male counterpart, Jason Kennedy, was making twice as much as she was.
However McGowan was quick to point out that many of those on the red carpet had not raised objections to the treatment of women in the industry in the past.
McGowan has been privately taping her life for several years, joining with Bunim-Murrary Productions to create the documentary series, McGowan said.
"Do you understand what I've been through for 20 years?" I have fought. I have clawed.