• Rose McGowan shared a snap of Oprah Winfrey and Harvey Weinstein on Twitter
  • McGowan alleged that the multimedia mogul destroyed Russell Simmons' victims
  • Twitter users have mixed opinions on McGowan's tweet that called Winfrey "fake"

Rose McGowan slammed Oprah Winfrey on social media.

The "Charmed" star took to Twitter Sunday to share a snap of the media mogul kissing convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein on the cheek. She accompanied it with a caption calling out the TV producer, actress and author for allegedly being "fake."

"I am glad more are seeing the ugly truth of @Oprah. I wish she were real, but she isn’t," McGowan wrote. "From being pals with Weinstein to abandoning & destroying Russell Simmons' victims, she is about supporting a sick power structure for personal gain, she is as fake as they come. #lizard."

The post received mixed responses from the netizens. Several Twitter users slammed Winfrey following the "Jawbreaker" star's tweet.

"Any billionaire amassed that much wealth because of exploitation. Oprah is no different. Billionaires and wealth inequality shouldn't exist," one commented.

"No one who builds a billion-dollar empire is a decent person. Quality doesn't rise to the top in our system, you rise to the top by bulldozing anything & anyone in your path," another added.

However, many also defended Winfrey. One said Winfrey left the documentary project because she wanted to enrich the stories of the victims, but the filmmakers didn't agree.

"I don’t believe Oprah knew about his crimes. Don’t we all have had encounters with people that we only know [casually]?" another wrote.

"Girl get a grip. Many unsuspecting people were pals with Weinstein. That doesn't make them bad people. Find another means of attention and relevancy," a different user added.

Page Six believed that McGowan's statement had something to do with Winfrey's almost involvement in a 2020 documentary titled "On the Record" that centered on Simmons' alleged sexual misconduct.

Both Weinstein and Simmons were accused of sexual misconduct. Weinstein's sexual assault dating back to the 1970s was the catalyst of the 2017 #MeToo movement. McGowan was among the first of the dozens of women who accused him of rape. Simmons also faced the same allegations, but the 63-year-old music executive denied them. He has kept a low profile in recent years.

Winfrey was initially on board to executive produce the "On the Record" documentary. However, she ended up backing out due to differences with the film's directors.

"I have decided that I will no longer be executive producer on the untitled Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering documentary, and it will not air on Apple TV+," Winfrey said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter in January 2020.

"I want it to be known that I unequivocally believe and support the women. Their stories deserve to be told and heard. In my opinion, there is more work to be done on the film to illuminate the full scope of what the victims endured, and it has become clear that the filmmakers and I are not aligned in that creative vision."

Page Six reached out to Winfrey's and McGowan’s reps for comments, but no immediate response was given.

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK - JANUARY 6: Actress Rose McGowan, who accused Weinstein of raping her and destroying her career, joins other accusers and protesters and speaks speech to the press as Harvey Weinstein arrived at the Manhattan courthouse on January 6, 2020 in New York City. Weinstein pleaded not guilty to five counts of rape and faces a possible life sentence in prison. Pablo Monsalve/VIEWpress via Getty Images