Weinstein Accusers Rip Being Snubbed on Globes Invites

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sparked the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements say they were not invited to the Golden Globes Awards on Sunday night.


“Guess I am not powerful or Hollywood enough,” Italian actress Asia Argento tweeted Monday, adding in a second post: “Victims aren’t glamorous enough.”




Argento hailed Rose McGowan on Sunday as “the first one who broke the silence.”



McGowan replied she has “no time for Hollywood fakery” and returned the love.




Rosanna Arquette, who accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct, also took to Twitter to report neither she, nor Annabella Sciorra, Daryl Hannah, or Mira Sorvino were invited to the gala either.



Her sister, Oscar winner Patricia Arquette called it “not cool” in a tweet:



Sorvino — who accused Weinstein of harassing her, and of blacklisting her for rejecting him — thanked Patricia Arquette and Sciorra for their activism.