BATWOMAN Production Assistant Weighs In On "Dictator" Ruby Rose's "Reign Of Terror"

Ruby Rose's recent allegations against cast and producers on The CW's Batwoman have not been backed-up by a season 1 production assistant, who has now described the actress as a "dictator."

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WarnerMedia recently released a statement in response to the shocking allegations made by former Batwoman star Ruby Rose, vehemently denying the actress' claims. Rose's costars Dougray Scott and Camrus Johnson then backed-up the studio with statements of their own, and a production assistant has now weighed-in.

Unfortunately for Rose, it doesn't look like she's going to have much back-up in this fight!

Alexander J. Baxter, who worked on Season 1 of the show and is also the CEO and founder of Constellate Films, shared a lengthy statement with CBR, in which he describes Rose as a "dictator" who frequently behaved unprofessionally on set and was incredibly rude and disrespectful to the crew.

"[Rose] stormed off set, she yelled at people, and whenever she interacted with any of us production assistants, we were disregarded as the trash we picked up. One day at the studio we spent the entire morning setting up her requested green room (six heaters, because she was used to Australian hot weather, and her table of snacks), only to have her show up, giggle, walk away and say she is good. We chalked it up to another “Ruby is just giving orders for the sake of giving orders moment” and moved on.

Then, I was holding a door open for her, after having worked over 15 hours at that point in the freezing cold weather, and she came billowing through the door that I just opened, and she spilt her food. She looked at it, then up at me, and said: “well?” and then stormed off and left me to clean up her mess."

Needless to say, this doesn't paint Rose in the best light, and while there's always a chance this is just one person's bad experience, it's starting to sound like the actress didn't make many friends during her tenure on Batwoman.

Be sure to have a read through Baxter's full statement here, and let us know what you think in the comments.

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