Rose Mcgowan isn't one to hold back. In a tweet storm early on Tuesday morning, the 44-year old actress took to Twitter to respond to Ben Affleck's official statement on the Harvey Weinstein sexual misconduct scandal. Affleck, who frequently worked with Weinstein, released a statement expressing his sadness and anger at the allegations being hurled at the producer. The actor is a father to two daughters, so it's unsurprising that his statement called for people to "do better at protecting our sisters, friends, co-workers and daughters." However, Affleck's reaction to Weinstein's sexual misconduct scandal did not sit well with McGowan, with whom Affleck co-starred with in "Going All the Way" in 1997.

McGowan tweeted her response to the "Justice League" star, telling him to "f--- off."

Actress calls Ben Affleck a liar

Rose McGowan accused Ben Affleck of lying, writing that he already knew of Harvey Weinstein's sexual misconduct years before. She wrote that Affleck said, "'Goddamnit! I told him to stop doing that,' you said that to my face [during] The press [conference] I was made to go to after assault." McGowan implied that she was assaulted by Weinstein and was later forced to attend a press conference, during which she may have told Affleck about what had happened between her and Weinstein.

'Charmed' star goes after Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, and those who claim nescience

Rose McGowan also had something to say about those who worked closely with Harvey Weinstein but claimed they were unaware of his sexual misconduct.

According to Us Weekly, the actress also went after Matt Damon, Ben Affleck's close friend. She took to Twitter to write, "Hey @mattdamon, what’s it like to be a spineless profiteer who stays silent?" She also took a dig at Affleck's brother, Casey, who at some point also got involved with sexual harrassment allegations.

More people speak up

As more and more victims of Harvey Weinstein's sexual misconduct are coming forward, it seems that an equal number of Hollywood celebrities are also chiming in, in an attempt to remain relevant. Hunter Harris of Vulture called them out, writing that every time a man who has daughters speaks out on issues about sexual abuse against women, he always mentions his female children.

The article appropriately comes with a photo of Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, who both have daughters. Harris wrote, "Having a daughter shouldn’t be a requirement for internalizing the problems of working within a sexist industry...Peppering statements about how shocked and appalled you are with a mention of your daughter just makes you look clueless." Check out the video below for the developing story on Weinsten's sexual misconduct.