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Meryl Gets Called Out With BRUTAL #SheKnew Posters All Over LA
And so did she.
Reminder to those making excuses for #MerylStreep. Glenn Close, who has never even worked with Weinstein had the integrity to admit that she knew and express her regrets for her inaction. Meryl Streep made more movies with Weinstein than any actress.#SheKnew!!!
— #actorslife (@ACT0RSLIFE) December 20, 2017
Photos of Meryl Streep with Weinstein R all over the place. She stood up in front of a group of her peers & Millions of people watching the awards & called Harvey Weinstein a God. Then when it’s convenient 4 her, pretends she had no idea what everybody else in Hollywood knew!
— jojo (@jojo2727) December 20, 2017
FOR STARTERS … I HAD ABSOOOOOOOLUTELYYYYY NOTHING TO DO WITH THIS. … HOWEVER, WITH THAT BEING SAID AND OUT OF THE WAY. WOULD YOU DO ME A FAVOR AND RETWEET THE SHIT OUT OF THIS! AND IF YOU WOULD BE SO KIND AS TO LEAVE A COMMENT IN THE STORY. https://t.co/1TOo969EdX
— unsavoryagents (@unsavoryagents) December 19, 2017
"SHE KNEW" by UNSAVORYAGENTS
BY "UNSAVORYAGENTS" I MEAN JUST THAT. THIS WAS A GROUP EFFORT PULLED OFF BY WHAT I WAS HOPING WOULD EVENTUALLY BECOME A COLLABORATIVE THAT GO BY THAT NAME. SUPPORT THE CAUSE BY PURCHASING A COPY VIA THIS LINK. https://t.co/oLSMOuneAJ pic.twitter.com/hfFIZcS2Rf
— unsavoryagents (@unsavoryagents) December 20, 2017
Well, someone in LA wants everyone to remember this…
The "She Knew" posters went up near Streep’s house in Pasadena, near the SAG-AFTRA building in Mid-Wilshire & across from the 20th Century Fox studio lot in Century City https://t.co/Tij5hT2Ihd
— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) December 20, 2017
In posters that appeared in several locations in Los Angeles on Tuesday, Meryl Streep was seemingly depicted as a Harvey Weinstein enabler by anonymous street artists.
Posters hung early in the morning, before the sun came up, feature an image of Streep next to Weinstein with a red strip across her face with the text “She knew,” an apparent reference to Weinstein’s alleged sexual abuse of women over the course of decades.
The posters are a riff on the work of artist Barbara Kruger, whose signature text in red banners has been adapted and copied for decades.
The posters went up near Streep’s house in Pasadena, near the SAG-AFTRA building in Mid-Wilshire and across from the 20th Century Fox studio lot in Century City. Fox is behind the drama The Post, which stars Streep alongside Tom Hanks and opens on Jan. 11.