Warner Bros movie production company has hit back at Ruby Rose, the actress who played Batwoman on the first season of the superhero drama series, after she took to social media to make allegations against the cast and production company explaining why she didn’t feature in the follow up season, IgbereTV reports.
Ruby Rose shocked fans in May 2020 in a joint statement with the show’s producers confirming she would not return for the second season of “Batwoman.”
While the reason for Rose’s departure wasn’t addressed then, Rose wrote on Instagram the decision hadn’t been easy and “I have stayed silent because that’s my choice for now.”
On Wednesday, October 20, the 35-year-old actor decided to explain what happened.
In a series of Instagram stories addressed to “Dear CW,” as well as Warner Bros. TV, television superproducer Greg Berlanti and people involved in the production, Rose detailed alleged abuse and mistreatment on the set of the show.
“I will come for you so what happened to me never happens to another person again — and so I can finally take back my life and the truth. Shame on you,” Rose wrote.
Peter Roth, (pictured below) former Warner Bros. Television Studios chairman, was “chapter one” of Ruby’s damning allegations. She accused him of abusing women and also hiring a private investigator to follow her.
“Not sure if you left after getting promoted to the highest position because you just couldn’t stop making young women steam your pants around your crotch — while you were still wearing said pants — or if you left after putting a private investigation on me, who you fired as soon as the report didn’t fit your narrative,” Rose wrote.
Rose, who had a much-publicized onset injury that sent them to an emergency room in 2019, also shared a video of a doctor discussing Rose’s ribs as “abnormal.” She also alleged she was forced to work just ten days after having the surgery.