A road artist is looking Meryl Streep on her bluff.
Posters displaying the “The Put up” actress standing with disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein have been popping up throughout Los Angeles, Twitter posts point out. The artist, who has but to be recognized, positioned a pink banner with the phrases, “She knew,” over Streep’s eyes.
The pictures started showing across the Metropolis of Angels following a Monday assertion from the 68-year-old actress during which she claimed Weinstein “made positive” she did not find out about his perverted antics.
She went on to assert that he used his affiliation to her “to lure younger, aspiring girls into circumstances the place they’d be harm.”
Streep alleged that she issued the assertion in response to a since-deleted tweet from Rose McGowan, who accused Weinstein of raping her early in her profession.
Within the submit, McGowan labeled Streep a hypocrite for calling on girls to put on black to the Golden Globes to protest sexual misconduct in Hollywood. She identified that Streep, and different actresses, “fortunately labored for the Pig Monster.”
“YOUR SILENCE is THE downside,” she tweeted. “You may settle for a pretend award breathlessly & have an effect on no actual change. I despise your hypocrisy. Perhaps it’s best to all put on Marchesa.”
Georgina Chapman, Weinstein’s estranged spouse, is the co-founder of the label.
McGowan later clarified that she “didn’t accuse” Streep of figuring out what crimes Weinstein dedicated.
“F off [email protected] I didn’t accuse her of that,” McGowan tweeted.
Streep has not but responded to the posters.