Many apologies have been given as to why Ruby Rose quit her titular superhero role on The CW’s Batwoman series. After choosing to quietly quit the project in May 2020, some suggested that Rose left because she couldn’t handle the long hours, prompting the actor to step up and clarify that his decision was prompted by a back injury she suffered on the set. 2019; she claimed that she had not given herself enough time to recover and it backfired. A year later, Rose gave a slightly different account, claiming that she left due to an allergy to her latex suit.
Well, apparently none of these stories are true – at least not entirely. In what is probably she Final reasoning, Rose took to Instagram Stories today to finally set the record straight – and what she had to say was pretty damning for the top ranks of The CW and Warner Bros.
“Dear CW, that’s enough. I’m going to tell the whole world what really happened on this set,” she began. “I will come for you so that what happened to me never happens again. to another person. And so I can finally take back my life and my truth. Shame on you. “
Rose didn’t hold anything back during her call. The actor began by appointing and addressing the former CEO of BM Peter Roth directly. “I don’t know if you left after being promoted to the top position because you just couldn’t stop getting your pants fluffed around your crotch by young women while you were still wearing said pants or if you left after putting a private investigator on me who you fired as soon as the report didn’t match your story, ”Rose said.
The actor also uploaded a video of her in a doctor’s office, where a doctor can be heard talking about her multitude of injuries (including a cracked rib that he considers “abnormal”). Rose can also be heard talking about the pain she was in. She later noted that there were additional videos showing evidence of a “broken neck”, “broken rib split in half” and “tumor”.
Although Rose previously cited her decision to return to work ten days after the operation she had. As the main reason for his departure, the actor added today that his decision was made in part because Roth “said he would recast” if she didn’t. get back to settle quickly. According to Roth, she had just “lost the millions of studios (by injuring herself on her set)”.
She later also blamed Roth and the studio for their inability to attend Comic-Con in 2019, stating that “they wouldn’t adjust the schedule” to make her presence possible, but they also didn’t want to. take responsibility for their absence. The video she eventually posted, explaining her absence, was coerced. “[I was] I was told if I didn’t make this video they would stay silent and people would come and find out the day I wasn’t there, ”she said. The studio also asked her to cover the scar she got after the operation because “we don’t want to see this scar on the video.”
Rose’s accusations continue and the actor ends up speaking Batwoman Showrunner Caroline Dries too, blaming her for numerous accidents and injuries on set. Some of these include: a crew member who suffered third degree burns all over his body and bystanders who did not receive therapy despite seeing a man’s skin “fall off his face”; sex scenes “without a minute to process” and lose two double stunts. “I cut my face so close to my eye in a waterfall that I could have been blind,” Rose finally added.
The actor also told the story of a woman who was “left quadriplegic” and subsequently blamed for her own accident because she was on the phone. As Rose points out, “She’s a childminder. They operate by telephone. The actor claims the real reason was “our show refused to stop when everyone else did because of COVID.” By the time Batwoman closed, it was “not because [Caroline Dries] almost killed someone, but [because] the government withdrew it.
Rose said her intention to speak out now is not because “the job has dried up” (it doesn’t), but because she is “someone who has always tried to do the right thing “. The actor cited Scarlett Johansson’s lawsuit against Disney, all the controversy with Little jagged pill, and the current IATSE strike as a few things that ultimately inspired her to tell her own story.
In the end, however, Rose wanted to get a message across: “Please my dear, dear fans, stop asking if I will be coming back to this horrible show,” she stressed. “I wouldn’t come back for any money or if a gun were pointed at my temple.” Noting that she had not ‘left’ the role, Rose clarified, “They ruined Kate Kane and they destroyed Batwoman, not me. I followed orders, and if I wanted to stay I was going to have to. sign my rights.