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Fans took to social media to decry Rose McGowan's first Instagram post since the death of her former manager Jill Messick.
The 44-year-old actress shared a selfie from January's Digital-Life-Design Conference where she was honored with an Impact Award for using her voice to speak out against sexual assault and harassment.
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But followers were quick to note that McGowan's first interaction on social media failed to recognize the recent suicide of her former manager who represented the starlet during the time Rose alleged Harvey Weinstein raped her.
Rose captioned the photo from the January 2018 conference in Munich, '@dldconference still remembering this day with so much love. Thank you for honoring me for what I do for all women.'
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One Twitter user quickly responded to the photo, saying, 'What do you do for all women? You're endangering a movement for me and all women. You've taken a hammer to #metoo.'
Ashley Paulman continued, 'Rose is at the helm of her own cis white feminism-- selfish, self important, and she has publicly tormented victims.
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'Today she pats herself on the back for "what [she's] done for all women" and says 0 about Jill....
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