Rose McGowan canceled all her upcoming appearances after she says she has been verbally assaulted during a recent Barnes & Noble event.

McGowan took to Twitter to express her disappointment in the manner she was treated on Friday, after a confrontation with a transgender at a New York reading. The event took place on Wednesday, when the actress was taking question following a reading of her memoir, Brave, at a Barnes & Noble bookstore in Manhattan.

A transgender woman named Andi Dier was curious how McGowan would explain her remark about transgender women, remark made in July of last year on Ru Paul’s “What’s the Tee” podcast. What she had suggested at the time was that transgender women had not “developed” as such, despite the fact they may feel like women “on the inside”. “That’s not growing as a woman, that’s not living in this world as a woman”, the actress had said at the time.

Andi Dier didn’t want an answer as much as she wanted to engage in a screaming match, apparently. She was removed from the bookstore. However, McGowan continued to scream even after she had left, saying she wasn’t worried, but she was tired lies. “I’m mad that you put s*** on me because I have a f***ing vagina and I’m white or I’m black or I’m yellow or I’m purple. F*** off! All of us want to say it. I just do!”

The following day, Rose McGowan admitted that she was scared of being assassinated. She told journalist Ronan Farrow that she she thought her life was under menace and that Dier was planted there by Harvey Weinstein, the man who she claims had raped her. The Harvey Weinstein stories were the first ones causing the founding of the #MeToo movement.

Harvey Weinstein transmitted through a representative that he had nothing to do with the Barnes & Noble incident and that the claims were “100% false.”

On Friday, McGowan posted on Twitter that in the light of the latest events, she would be cancelling all public appearances. “I have given beauty, in return I was VERBALLY ASSAULTED for two full minutes @BNBuzz by an actor paid to verbally assault a woman who has been terrorized by your system”, she continued. “And no ONE in that room did anything.”

She then called her publicists, assistants, managers and all the people at the event “frozen by their weakness” and accomplices to her verbal assault.

She asked for an apology from the manager of the bookstore, the security guards and her audience for not intervening.

McGowan pinned a tweet about the woman who verbally assaulted her. According to the post, a print screen from another Twitter user, Andi Dier had been accused on sexually assaulting other women.