The former star of Batwoman, Ruby Rose, has issued an overwhelming set of statements directed at The CW, Warner Bros. and other actors about the alleged mistreatment he suffered on set.
“It’s enough.”, wrote in Instagram, before continuing talking about the apparent poor working conditions he endured on The CW’s Arrowverse series. Additionally, the actress tagged showrunner Caroline Dries, Sarah Schechter, and Greg Berlanti of Berlanti Productions in the post, which came with a caveat: “I’m going to tell the whole world what really happened on that set.”.
“I will come for you so that what happened to me never happens to another person again. And so I can finally get my life and the truth back. What a shame.”, he continued, expressing his complaint towards some of his former co-workers and producers in the program. You have to remember that Rose left the series after starring just one season of the show como Kate Kane / Batwoman.
Rose shared several posts that detail allegations against various people involved in the production, including former Warner Bros. Television Studios head Peter Roth, who he blamed for alleged sexual misconduct, as well as general inappropriate behavior. It also targeted showrunner Caroline Dries, as well as her co-stars Dougray Scott and Camrus Johnson..
She said that Roth supposedly made “Young women will vaporize him [sus] pants around [su] crotch while [él] I was still wearing said pants. “, and accused him of hiring a private investigator to track his movements, but then fired that person “as soon as the report didn’t fit” with your version. Rose closed her chapter on Roth by saying that “There is already an army waiting for him.”.
The actress posted a handful of videos that document your doctor’s visits after sustaining injuries on the set of Batwoman. He underwent emergency surgery after herniating two discs for his intense stunt work on the show, which caused a pre-existing injury to start causing chronic pain, with his spinal cord at risk of being cut and paralyzed.
The actress also captioned a video showing her on the operating table, saying: “To all of you who said I was too rigid with Batwoman, imagine having to go back to work 10 days after this … 10 DAYS! [la lesión], or the entire crew and cast would be fired and I would disappoint everyone because Peter Roth said he would do a casting again and I would have lost millions to the studio (by injuring me on his set). “.
He claimed that he was not the only person injured on set, and said that others had suffered some serious accidents as a result of dangerous working conditions. She said that a member “suffered third degree burns all over his body” and that those who were present at the scene of the horrible incident “They received no therapy after witnessing the skin falling off his face.”.
In addition, he said that a production assistant “she was tetraplegic” and was forced to start a GoFundMe crowdfunding campaign, presumably to cover medical expenses because “CW didn’t even help her” after the accident on set. He also noted that the show lost two doubles and accused Caroline Dries of “have no courage” to continue production during the pandemic.
The problems didn’t stop with the staff either, at least according to Rose. She berated Dougray Scott for his alleged conduct on set, describing him as “a nightmare” and claiming that “scream” and “abused women”, but that those who supervised the production refused to stop their behavior. Too accused Camrus Johnson of being a “egotistical child.”.
“So in closing, please to my dear, very dear fans, stop wondering if I’ll ever go back to that horrible show. “Rose wrote, ending her Instagram stories. “I would not return for any amount of money or if they pointed a gun at my head … I NEITHER REQUIRED. I DO NOT QUIT, they ruined Kate Kane and Batwoman, not me. “.
Rose previously said that she was proud of herself “for working in interesting circumstances “ while recovering from surgery, although he admitted that he later reassessed the role. On the other hand, the third season of Batwoman started last week, with Javicia Leslie in the title role playing a new character named Ryan Wilder.
Rose is not the first high-profile professional to attack Warner Bros. Without going any further, Cyborg actor Ray Fisher was involved in a long dispute with the study for the treatment received in the Justice League (and even after). Fisher recently said that he would need an apology to consider returning to the role.