In a scathing diatribe, Ruby Rose attacked the CW, Warner Bros. TV, Berlanti Productions, and senior executives on Batwoman, citing toxic conduct on set that pushed her off the show.
Fans were shocked when Rose unexpectedly announced her resignation in May 2020, leaving the title position as Kate Kane/Batwoman unfilled. There were rumors that Rose was dissatisfied with the program at the time, but she departed with little details on why.
When she gave this that statement at the time, Ruby Rose had said:
“this was not a decision I made lightly as I have the utmost respect for the cast, crew and everyone involved with the show in both Vancouver and in Los Angeles.”
A couple of months after the exit, Rose revealed more in an interview, saying that returning to work 10 days after a surgery “maybe wasn’t the best idea” and made her “taxing” job “more difficult.”
Now more than a year later, Rose has broken her silence in a scorched earth fashion. In a lengthy post on Instagram stories (you can see her complete post below), Rose unloaded on the reasons why she really left Batwoman. We have reached out to the CW as well as the studio and production company behind the series, Warner Bros. TV and Berlanti Prods., for comment.