Ruby Rose says he left Batwoman because he was mistreated on the filming: I would not go back even though I would sign up with a weapon

The Australian actress Ruby Rose said on Wednesday that his abrupt departure as a protagonist of the series "Batwoman" was due to that during the filming he l

Ruby Rose says he left Batwoman because he was mistreated on the filming: I would not go back even though I would sign up with a weapon

The Australian actress Ruby Rose said on Wednesday that his abrupt departure as a protagonist of the series "Batwoman" was due to that during the filming he lived situations of abuse and abuse that made him impossible to interpret that role.

"To my dear fans, stop asking me if I will return to that horrible series. I would not go back for any amount of money or even if they sign up with a weapon on my head," explained the actress in a series of publications shared in his Instagram Wednesday.

When Rose abandoned the series a year and a half did not specify the reasons that motivated his decision, he only said that he was not taken "lightly" and that he had the "maximum respect" by the team involved in filming.

However, now the actress affirmed that he is willing to count "the whole story of what really happened in that shoot" and began to enumerate a cluster of traumatic experiences that allegedly lived both her and other team members.

For his part, the Warner Bros TV study has denied all the affirmations of Rose, whom according to his version dismissed because they received "many complaints" about his attitude.

In one of his accusations Rose assured that Peter Roth, who then exercised as director of the study, forced her to return to shoot 10 days after suffering a neck injury through which he had to be operated in urgency.

According to the actress, the director said that if he did not return to filming, "he would say goodbye to the whole team and would disappoint everyone" and also recriminated that his injury, "he had lost millions of dollars to the study." According to Rose, the executive also hired a private detective because the diagnosis of the actress was not believed.

According to his testimony, the protagonist was not the only person wounded during the shooting of "Batwoman", since a team member suffered third-grade burns and a production assistant was tetrapplexic.

"A team member had third-grade burns throughout his body and nobody gave us psychological assistance after seeing how his skin fell from his face. (...) And then they told us we had to roll a sex scene without A minute to process it, "he recalled. The actress also indicated that she was the only one who sent flowers and postcards to that companion while she recovered.

Rose also denounced that a woman who worked as a production assistant was tetraprapégic and the studio tried to blame her because she was using the phone at the time of the accident. "She is an assistant, they work with her phones," she implored.

According to his version of the facts, the company did not offer any compensation because before it had to "investigate the case" and the woman had to ask for help on an Internet platform.

Rose blamed directly to the producers of the series, Caroline Dries, Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter, for not doing anything to avoid accidents and prime the speed of filming over the safety of his employees, who continued to work during the Coronavirus pandemic.

"I said that everyone was distracted, reviewing the latest news from Coronavirus and I felt something bad would happen," he said.

Updated Date: 21 October 2021, 02:05

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