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Celebs Of The #MeToo Movement Defend Asia Argento Against Disgusting Claims She Caused Anthony Bourdain's Suicide

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We are all sad and confused about the loss of Anthony Bourdain. But some fans are taking it out on the wrong person.

Someone who is already in a great deal of pain.

Asia Argento was the focus of a great deal of ire among the dregs of toxic masculinity even before her boyfriend's death, for her outspoken role as part of the #MeToo movement, and getting Bourdain involved in it as well.

Related: Bourdain's 11-Year-Old Daughter Will Inherit Most Of His Estate

Now she's being blamed by those "internet trolls" for his suicide as well, and the movement has her back.

An open letter obtained by The Wrap and signed by Terry Crews, Olivia Munn, Rose McGowan, and 42 more famous faces of #MeToo, demands Asia be left to grieve in peace:

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Asia Argento Sends Signal That She's 'Fine' Following Anthony Bourdain's Cremation

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Asia Argento continues to mourn the loss of Anthony Bourdain.

One day after the late chef's body was cremated in France, the Italian actress took to Instagram story with a message about being "fine" before showing that she was spending time in Berlin visiting with friends.

Related: Bourdain Described As 'Giddy' Just A Week Before His Death

In the pic (above), the 42-year-old is seen holding a piece of paper with the words "I'm a fucking mess inside" crossed out and instead reads, "I'm fine."

As you know, Asia has been doing most of her communication through her close friend, Rose McGowan.

We can't even imagine what she must be going through right now, and we are wishing her all of the best.

If you or someone you know is considering suicide, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

[Image via Instagram.]

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Rose McGowan Indicted By Grand Jury In Cocaine Possession Case!

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Rose McGowan could actually be facing jail time over this cocaine possession case.

On Monday, the actress was indicted by a grand jury in the ongoing case, in which she's been hit with one felony count of cocaine possession. As we reported, police allege that back in January 2017, they found several small bags of coke in a wallet Rose had left behind on a flight at Washington Dulles International Airport.

Related: Vince Vaughn Arrested At Early-Morning DUI Bust

The Brave author has pled not guilty to the charge, claiming that she had been

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According To Rose McGowan, Anthony Bourdain & Asia Argento Had a 'Free Relationship' 'Without Borders'

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Rose McGowan speaks out again following the death of Anthony Bourdain.

As you sadly know, the TV personality died by suicide on Friday — a tragedy that has shocked the world and left many of his loved ones in despair.

Related: Anthony Bourdain's Ex-Wife Breaks Silence

In an open letter, the 44-year-old Charmed alum wrote:

"Dear Fellow Humans. Sitting across from me is the remarkable human and brave survivor, Asia Argento, who has been through more than most could stand, and yet stand she does. She stood up to her monster rapist and now she has to stand up to yet another monster, suicide. The suicide of her beloved lover and ally, Anthony Bourdain."

She went on:

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Rose McGowan Sits Down With Megyn Kelly To Discuss Harvey Weinstein Arrest: 'I Didn't Believe This Day Would Come'

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Rose McGowan continues to speak out about Harvey Weinstein's arrest on Friday.

FI-NA-LLY!!! Enjoy this moment, bb!

Appearing on Megyn Kelly TODAY, the Citizen Rose star opened up about her horrible experience with the disgraced filmmaker and how the charges of sex crimes and rape against him are a huge step toward justice.

While she described that the experience of seeing Weinstein in handcuffs as both "surreal" and "real" at the same time, the advocate admitted that it was still a "very good feeling."

Related: Women Respond To Rapist Bill Cosby's Guilty Verdict!

Rose went on:

"It shows people worldwide, which is what I was hoping the whole time, that this cannot and will not stand."

The Charmed alum acknowledged that she never thought this day would come because "the system was created by men like him and his accomplices to protect him":

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