Warner Bros. reveals why Ruby Rose was fired following her latest allegations
Warner Bros. reveals why Ruby Rose was fired following her latest allegations
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Warner Bros. TV, the company behind The CW's Batwoman, has replied to Ruby Rose's litany of allegations about her time on the show, which leaked overnight. The 35-year-old actress, who portrayed the title character for one season, recently shared her side of the storey, alleging poisonous working conditions, alleged bad behaviour, and one reportedly abusive co-star.

Warner Bros. TV, on the other hand, released a statement in response to her claims. "Despite the revisionist history that Ruby Rose is now sharing online aimed at the producers, cast and crew, network, and Studio, the truth is that Warner Bros. Television had decided not to exercise its option to engage Ruby for Season 2 of Batwoman based on multiple complaints about workplace behaviour that were thoroughly reviewed and handled privately out of respect for all involved," the statement reads.

Meanwhile, Rose claimed in an Instagram post on Wednesday morning that she had not "left" the programme but had been forced to leave. "I followed orders, and I was going to have to sign up my rights if I wanted to stay," she stated. "No amount of threats, bullying methods, or extortion will persuade me to back down." Rose began her Instagram Stories by identifying Caroline Dries, executive producers Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter, and former WBTV chairman Peter Roth, according to TVLINE.

She claimed Roth guilted her into returning to work after only 10 days following major surgery (Rose had undergone surgery to fix two herniated discs that she said "were close to severing my spinal cord"); alluded to numerous instances that would appear to point to unsafe filming practices during Batwoman Season 1; and claimed that Dries privately agreed that the superhero series' original star had sustained her aforementioned injuries on set "yet later denied it."

Interestingly, WBTV's response above did not address Season 1 set safety, which was one of the particular issues for which TVLine sought feedback.

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