Rose McGowan has been temporarily suspended on Twitter, according to an Instagram post on Wednesday night.
Detailed in an email screenshot posted on McGowan’s Instagram, the temporary suspension allows her to browse Twitter — but she is prohibited from sending tweets, retweeting or liking.
The suspension will last for 12 hours, however she will need to delete the tweet that violates Twitter’s rules before the countdown can begin. It is unclear which tweet violated its rules.
“There are powerful forces at work. Be my voice,” she captioned the post.
McGowan has recently been highly active on the platform in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein allegations, where she labelled Ben Affleck a liar and told him to “fuck off.”
She reached a settlement with Weinstein in 1997.
McGowan has also been supportive of those in the industry like Asia Argento, who also said she was harassed by the producer, as well as encouraging people to sign a petition to dissolve the board of The Weinstein Company.
Twitter has been contacted by Mashable.