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The screenplay came with a wardrobe note detailing exactly what actresses needed to wear to the audition in order to be considered for the role, and the raunchy requirements rubbed the feminist actress up the wrong way.
"Black (or dark) form fitting tank that shows off cleavage (push up bras encouraged)," the note read.
I see now people who have basically fought for the right to stand on top of a float wearing an orange Speedo and take molly." The backlash against Mc Gowan was huge, with countless Twitter users expressing their shock and outrage at her comments.
"She's a homophobe masquerading as an advocate," one angry poster said (via ), while another accused her of "spite" over her Speedo jibe.
In the end, the growing pressure forced her into making an apology, but in true Rose Mc Gowan fashion, she refused to hang her head in shame.
Just months after her "visual rape" comments, Mc Gowan's criticism of male-dominated Hollywood took an even more serious tone when she revealed that she'd been physically raped by a well-known and highly respected studio head."I just got fired by my wussy acting agent because I spoke up about the bulls*** in Hollywood," she said, though it wouldn't be the last we would hear of it. "Being Caitlyn Jenner is most assuredly not easy, but that doesn't absolve her of responsibility." Those old enough to have been watching MTV way back in 1998 will no doubt remember the scandalous dress (if you can really call it that) Mc Gowan wore while accompanying her rocker boyfriend Marilyn Manson to the MTV Video Music Awards, leaving shockingly little to the imagination for those in attendance.With a media storm growing, the actress decided to address the issue head on during an interview with , explaining that it was a wider issue. We've kind of moved beyond that s***, it's not In terms of show business beefs, 2015 was a busy year for Mc Gowan, and by the time it came to a close her chances of lasting in Tinseltown looked slimmer than ever. "My experience on the red carpet has been a journey of defiance, then one-of-a-kind acquiescence and finally a refusal to play by invented rules passed down through an aged system," she wrote in a piece for in 2016.The actress followed that up by revealing that a former partner had actually sold one of her movies to her rapist for distribution despite what he did, and that what happened to her was pretty much common knowledge in Tinseltown."It's been an open secret in Hollywood/Media & they shamed me while adulating my rapist," she tweeted before demanding the truth of what was happening be acknowledged.