Chrissy Teigen leads celebrity protest and Twitter boycott after Charmed actress Rose McGowan is suspended from platform amid Harvey Weinstein scandal
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Friday, 13 October 2017 () Chrissy Teigen is leading the celebrities boycotting Twitter [Getty] The Charmed actress' account had been temporarily blocked amid her vocal Tweets about the Harvey Weinsten sexual harassment scandal. The #WomenBoycottTwitter hashtag is now being promoted by some celebrities, encouraging people to avoid Twitter for one day in protest against the treatment of women on the social media platform. Avid tweeter Chrissy Teigen wrote: "Ladies. Let’s do this. ...
This Friday the 13th might be a rough one for Twitter. Rose McGowan’s suspension from Twitter sparked an uproar, and while the actress is back on the platform, many people will be off it until Saturday in protest. The hashtag #WomenBoycottTwitter trended on Twitter on Thursday night in support of...
The actress, who has accused Mr. Affleck of lying about Harvey Weinstein, shared a screenshot saying she had been blocked from posting for 12 hours. NYTimes.com - Front PageAlso reported by •The Verge •BBC News •MailOnline
The sexual abuse and harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein are having some interesting side effects. Having temporarily banned actress Rose McGowan... betanews - TechnologyAlso reported by •Access Hollywood •Sydney Morning Herald •Seattle Times
Top tweet “When will nuclear war violate your terms of service?” Actress Rose McGowan, a strong Harvey Weinstein accuser who also used a popular four-letter... SFGate - BusinessAlso reported by •Business Insider