Rose is the first to rebuke the network, studio and producers, alleging toxic behavior behind The CW superhero drama
Warner Bros. TV hit back at its former employee, Ruby Rose, after she claimed she did not leave “Batwoman”, but was forced to leave.
“Despite the revisionist history that Ruby Rose is now sharing online aimed at producers, cast and crew, networks and studios, the truth is that Warner Bros. In a statement to Granthshala News on Wednesday, Warner Bros. TV said, “Batwoman” is based on a number of complaints about workplace behavior, which has been extensively reviewed and privately addressed out of respect for all concerned. Handled.
Earlier in the morning, Rose, who plays Kate Kane/Batwoman, took to her Instagram Stories to criticize the network, studio, and producers of the CW superhero drama for accusing her of toxic behavior.
“Enough is enough,” Rose wrote, according to time limit. “I’m going to tell the whole world what really happened on that set. I’ll come for you so that what happened to me never happens to anyone else. And so I can finally get back to my life and the truth.” Shame on you.”
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The 35-year-old Australian actress specifically called out “Batwoman” showrunner Carolyn Dries, Berlanti prods Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter, and Warner Bros. TV chief Peter Roth.
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She claimed that Roth forced her to return to the set just 10 days after back surgery for an injury sustained during filming. Rose claimed that Roth said it would cost “millions” to stop her production and that “the entire crew and cast would be fired.” She also accused Roth of inappropriate behavior and claimed that she liked steaming pants worn by women.
In other posts, Rose accused her former co-star, Dougray Scott, of misbehavior on set and said that several people were reportedly injured in unsafe working conditions.
“Dougray hurt a female stunt double, he yelled at women like a little b–h and was a nightmare,” Rose wrote. “He went when he wanted and came when he wanted. He abused women and in return as the lead of a show I sent an email asking for a no-shouting policy. He declined.”
The “Red Notice” star also claimed that a crew member was suffering from “third-degree burns all over his body” and that other unidentified people were also reportedly injured on set.
“I wouldn’t come back for any amount nor if I had a gun to my head. Neither did I leave. I didn’t leave. They ruined Kate Kane and they destroyed ‘Batwoman.,’ not me. I obeyed orders, and if I wanted to stay I would have to sign off on my rights. No threats, no bullying tactics or blackmail will let me stand,” Rose wrote.
in a statement received by tv lineScott said, “I completely and solemnly deny the defamatory and harmful claims made against me [Ruby Rose]; They are completely made up and never happened.”
The “Orange Is the New Black” alum confirmed that she had left “Batwoman” in May 2020 after the first season. Reps for Rose and Scott did not immediately return Granthshala News’ request for comment.