In August, she reportedly shared an original poem about her experience at a Brooklyn event protesting convicted sex offender Brock Turner's six-month jail Billy Bush, where Trump disparaged women, including ET's Nancy O' Dell, and bragged about being able to commit sexual assault, several new recordings have come to light.

While Mc Gowan has been active in promoting the #Women Can Stop Trump movement in recent days, she also made a point to call out her Hollywood colleagues specifically.

RELATED: Michelle Obama Speaks Out About Donald Trump Tape: ' It Has Shaken Me to My Core' " data-reactid="26" RELATED: Michelle Obama Speaks Out About Donald Trump Tape: 'It Has Shaken Me to My Core' Contributing to the #Why Women Dont Report hashtag, Mc Gowan wrote: "Because my ex sold our movie to my rapist for distribution," "Because it's been an open secret in Hollywood/Media and they shamed me while adulating my rapist," and "A (female) criminal attorney said because I'd done a sex scene in a film I would never win against the studio head." READ: Rose Mc Gowan Calls Donald Trump a 'Murderer in the Making' she reportedly shared an original poem about her experience at a Brooklyn event protesting convicted sex offender Brock Turner's six-month jail sentence." data-reactid="33"This isn't the first time Mc Gowan has spoken publicly about being a survivor of sexual assault.

The longtime journalist also asserted that Trump whispered to her, "You know we're going to have an affair, don't you?

" She says that she told a co-worker about the incident at the time, but ultimately decided not to bring it up to her managing editor.

In October, he claimed that he knew about the alleged rape, and he cast Mc Gowan as a way to spite the producer.

He said that he never spoke openly about Weinstein because Mc Gowan had signed an NDA, but he still believed that Weinstein found a way to “bury the movie anyway.” He is sticking by those claims now, and adds that he couldn’t have betrayed Mc Gowan with the sale of the film to Bob Weinstein, because the Weinsteins were already attached to fund it before Mc Gowan started shooting her scenes.

She writes of the experience, “I was losing my grip on sanity.” The article mentions that Mc Gowan was ultimately betrayed by Rodriguez when he “sold our film to my monster.” The movie was released by Bob Weinstein’s Dimension Films.

Rodriguez previously released a statement that painted a different picture.

Il représente aussi le plus gros succès de la carrière de Wes Craven.