Recent reports state that Warner Bros. has hit back against the allegations
Ruby Rose was trending yesterday after claiming that she left The CW’s Batwoman after toxic workplace behaviour. She had named The CW, Warner Bros. TV, Berlanti Productions and the show’s top executives and their behaviour towards her and co-stars.
It was a big shock to fans when Rose abruptly decided to leave the show in May 2020, after one season and an appearance in Crisis on Infinite Earths. There were rumors at the time that suggested that Rose was not happy on the show, but nobody came forward with any claims. A couple months later, she stated that returning to film ten days after a surgery was not the best idea, but didn’t discuss further.
More than a year later, Rose has step forward, wrote “Enough is enough” in her Instagram stories. Her post was addressed to the CW, Batwoman showrunner Caroline Dries, and Berlanti Prods’ Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter. She said that she suffered a stunt injury on set, but was forced to return to work by former WB.TV head Peter Roth. He threatened her by saying it would cost them millions and the whole crew will be fired due to her. She also accused him of sexual misconduct, and hurting a female stunt double. A crew member also suffered third degree burns while filming.
Warner Bros. TV however, hit back at Rose and said she was fired from the show. They said that she fired following “multiple complaints about workplace behavior.” Her former co-star Dougray Scott also stated that she was not brought back due to this reason. He said that her claims were all made up and never happened.