Rose McGowan called out Justin Timberlake and “Hollywood fakery” over the “Time’s Up” movement when she appeared on “The View” Tuesday.
The 44-year-old actresses was on the program to promote her new memoir “Brave.” McGowan said that she told everybody “consistently” what Harvey Weinstein allegedly did her, but “nobody” cared.
“I went to the management company. The bigger managers than her. One of them said, and I remember it because it was so close to what Ben Affleck said,” McGowan shared. “I was struck by that at the time. He was like, ‘God, I told him to stop doing that. I just had an L.A. Times story killed about him. He owes it to me not to do this.'”
“This is a bad human being…with a lot of tentacles it’s not just Hollywood who had deep reach into the Democratic Party, deep reach all over the world,” she added, saying she still can’t understand why “legally nothing’s happened to him yet.”
Joy Behar then asked the “Charmed” star about her thoughts on the Time’s Up movement that she said has raised “over $20 million for a legal defense fund to help assault victims.”
“Now you called all of this ‘hollywood fakery,'” Behar asked.
“I might know something. Just saying. You know, the thing is that — it’s the intentions are good,” McGowan shared. “But I know the people behind it. It’s four CAA agents who needed good PR. I hope they desperately help these women. I believe these women. And — there’s Justin Timberlake hashtagging ‘My wife looks hot tonight, hashtag ‘ Time’s Up,’ hashtag ‘I just did a movie with Woody Allen. So, come on, it is fake. I wish it weren’t. I’m sorry to puncture your heroes, but sometimes these heroes need to be better.”