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Rose McGowan Claims Agent Dropped Her for Criticizing Adam Sandler Casting Note Via Twitter



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    Rose McGowan's shady tweets about Adam Sandler may have come with some serious consequences.

    The outspoken actress revealed Thursday–once again on Twitter–that her agent dropped her in the wake of the social media exposé in which she shared a casting note for an upcoming Adam Sandler movie.

    "I just got fired by my wussy acting agent because I spoke up about the bulls--t in Hollywood. Hahaha #douchebags #awesome #bringit," she first wrote to followers.

    Then: "The awesome thing about being an artist? You can't be fired from your own mind. #freedom."

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    McGowan's tweet under fire was of a script's notes just a few days back, which read as follows: "Please make sure to read the attached script before coming in so you understand the context of the scenes. Wardrobe note: Black (or dark) form-fitting tank that shows off cleavage (push-up bras encouraged). And formfitting leggings or jeans. Nothing white."

    She captioned the pic: "casting note that came w/script I got today. For real. name of male star rhymes with Madam Panhandler hahahaha I die."

    Earlier this week, in an interview with Gawker, McGowan dished about wanting to keep people on her team that understood her overall vision for her career.

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    "I had a very big agent who basically did the mind-meld on me: 'Do this movie about wrestling.' I threw the script in the garbage three times because that's where it deserved to be. It was 'Ready to Rumble.' It was a lot of money. She just didn't care, and I mistook her for someone who was a strong woman. What she really was was a mercenary woman. And there's a difference–and one who didn't like me, either," McGowan explained.

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