Actress Rose McGowan is mad. The Charmed star unloaded on fellow feminist windbags, Meryl Streep and Alyssa Milano for what McGowan thought were tame words for sexual deviant, Harvey Weinstein.

Streep talked about Weinstein and other Hollywood sexual harassment scandals at the Massachusetts Conference for Women on Thursday saying the claims against Weinstein were “the most gargantuan example of disrespect permeating every industry.”

This isn’t the first or only time that McGowan has taken issue with actresses for their gutless responses to the Weinstein scandal.


Weinstein was brought down October 5 in a New York Times piece. Just days after the story was published, McGowan said that she was disappointed in the silence from actresses who had worked with him.

‘Ladies of Hollywood, your silence is deafening,’ McGowan wrote.

Streep, who has starred in several Weinstein films, was among the actresses who were mum right after the Times story was published. She finally issued a statement a day after the filmmaker was fired, claiming, timidly, she had no idea about his years of sexual assault.

How could Streep, who once referred to Weinstein as ‘God,’ not know he was sexually assaulting women within their circle?

‘The disgraceful news about Harvey Weinstein has appalled those of us whose work he championed, and those whose good and worthy causes he supported. The intrepid women who raised their voices to expose this abuse are our heroes,’ she told the Huffington Post in a statement.