Charmed actress Rose McGowan’s Twitter account was suspended after she shared an image of former President Bill Clinton enjoying a massage from an unidentified woman while nude.
McGowan wrote, “Photo taken on Epstein Island,” along with the post. In the tweet prior, she slammed Vice President Kamala Harris for appearing alongside the former president at the Clinton Global Initiative summit last week.
“If you put your party over principles, over ethics, you are the problem not me,” she wrote. “You can come for me all you want, I do not care. This is your cult leader. If you aren’t disgusted, go take a long hard look in the mirror & wake the F up.”
Twitter freezed her account violating the company’s non-consensual nudity policy, which prohibits users from “sharing privately produced/distributed intimate media of someone without their express consent.”
In a video shared from a different account, McGowan revealed the photo was actually a piece of artwork by Alison Jackson, not an actual photo, therefore did not in fact violate Twitter’s policy.
She accused Twitter of hypocrisy for flagging the image as indecent and suspending her, while allowing pornographic images that she included as examples in the video to appear on the platform.
“I was just trying to drive a point home about a disgusting human doing a disgusting thing,” McGowan stressed. “I know that Twitter is trying to silence me and I know a lot of powerful Democrats are behind it.”
“What are you so afraid of, Jack Dorsey? A little freedom of speech? Going against your cronies?” She directly challenged the Twitter CEO. “I don’t understand why you support evil, Jack Dorsey. And why you lie.”
She ominously added, “I’m a lot less dangerous than you think. I am more dangerous if you silence me.”