Rose McGowan and Alyssa Milano may have played sisters on TV, but now there is bad blood between them.
McGowan recently slammed her former Charmed co-star after she publicly voiced support for Georgina Chapman, the estranged wife of producer Harvey Weinstein, who has been accused by dozens of women of sexual assault and harassment amid a growing #MeToo movement of victims of many alleged perpetrators speaking out.
McGowan is one of several woman who has alleged that Weinstein raped her. He has denied all allegations of non-consensual sex.
Milano, who helped make the #MeToo movement popular by tweeting about it in October, said on Megyn Kelly Today on Friday that Chapman, a fashion designer, deserves to "come out on the other side of this" and is "a good woman."
She later wrote, "Alyssa, maybe you and Georgina can call up Camille Cosby," referring to the supporting wife of Bill Cosby, who was tried earlier in the year for three counts of felony aggravated indecent assault. The jury was deadlocked and the case ended in a mistrial. He faces a new trial next year.
Milano did not respond to McGowan's remarks. She has since then tweeted continuously about unrelated topics.
The latter star later expressed agreement with a Twitter user who posted that Weinstein's wife "knew who and [what] she married and why." Weinstein and Chapman, who left her husband amid the scandal and whose Marchesa fashion line is partially funded by him, have not commented.
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On the Today show on Wednesday, Milano voiced support for McGowan, saying, "My friend, Rose McGowan, had been hurt and silenced for a long time. She was fighting back. I wanted to support her in what she was going through and in turn, support women everywhere."
McGowan's feud with Milano was made public days after Time magazine revealed its Person of the Year—the "silence breakers" who have spoken out against sexual misconduct.
Both actresses are profiled in the issue, but neither are among six women featured on the cover, which shows Ashley Judd, another Weinstein accuser, and Taylor Swift, who earlier this year successfully sued a radio DJ who groped her.
On Friday, McGowan made this post her pinned tweet: "I'm not missing from a cover, billions of hurt women are."