Rose McGowan back on Twitter

Rose McGowan back on Twitter

Rose McGowan back on Twitter

Advertising consultant Cindy Gallop, founder of the USA division of advertising firm Bartie Bogle Hegarty, is leading calls for a day long Twitter boycott led by women until midnight tonight in a show of solidarity with actress Rose McGowan - who was handed a 12-hour suspension for tweeting a private phone number. "In solidarity w @rosemcgowan and all the victims of hate and harassment, Twitter fails to support".

In the wake of Rose McGowan's temporary suspension from Twitter, many women - including some celebrities - made a decision to join the #WomenBoycottTwitter protest on Friday in support of victims of sexual assault who have been silenced in the past.

The model also criticized Twitter bosses for allowing President Donald Trump to make threats of war in his tweets.

Hackett said that Price started making lewd comments during a cab ride to the party - and continued even after she told him she's a lesbian with a wife and children, the magazine reported. The company added that it is now in touch with McGowan.

However, a short time later the star took to Instagram and Facebook to share that her Twitter feed had been suspended for 12 hours, for violating the social media sites' rules. The company said she violated their terms of service by tweeting a phone number.

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"I forcefully begged studio head to do the right thing", McGowan tweeted.

In a series of tweets to Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos, the Charmed alum, 44, identified her alleged assailant by name for the first time.

McGowan didn't just unleash her thoughts on Weinstein, but also on several Hollywood figures who have since come out to denounce the former movie producer.

The company's official account also tweeted: "We stand with the fearless women and men who use Twitter to share their stories, and will work hard every day to improve our processes to protect those voices".

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