Ruby Rose: This week, Ruby Rose used her official Instagram account to tell the public about her behind-the-scenes experience of Batwoman. Through her account, the actress made several criticisms and accusations against the production team and cast.
Thus, Camrus Johnson, who previously starred with the actress on The CW’s series, used her Twitter profile to rebut all accusations that had been made. Luke Fox’s interpreter, Batwing, even shared a Deadline article about what Rose had discussed with her followers.
“Batfam, you know, I couldn’t go all day without saying something! I love you guys, don’t think I didn’t see all the love today. But yeah, she got fired. And it’s VERY hard to get fired when you’re the protagonist .Imagine what you have to do to make that happen,” he wrote.
Warner Bros. Television, the show’s producer, also issued an official statement against Ruby Rose’s claims. According to the report, the decision not to renew her contract with the actress for Season 2 was made based on several complaints about her behavior behind the scenes.
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Another actor who also felt uncomfortable with what was published by Ruby Rose is Dougray Scott, one of the centers of the artist’s accusations.
“I completely refute all defamatory and harmful allegations made against me by [Ruby Rose]; they are entirely invented and never happened,” Scott said in a statement shared by his press office. According to the artist, the actor in question would have injured one of the female doubles present in the cast.
In addition to Rose’s accusations, some anonymous netizens use their social networks to comment on some of the cases of abuse, racism and even death that have already taken place behind the scenes of The CW series.