Ruby Rose 'leaving Hollywood and returning to Australia'

Ruby Rose 'leaving Hollywood and returning to Australia'
Ruby Rose 'leaving Hollywood and returning to Australia'

Ruby Rose is reportedly returning to Australia, after she was fired from the Warner Bros. television series Batwoman.

The Aussie actress, 35, 'will retreat to her old stomping ground for the summer' The Daily Telegraph reported on Sunday. 

The 35-year-old has resided in Los Angeles for several years, where she made a name for herself after staring in hit TV series Orange Is The New Black

Vacation: Ruby Rose (pictured) is reportedly returning to Australia, after she was fired from the Warner Bros. television series Batwoman. The Aussie actress, 35, 'will retreat to her old stomping ground for the summer,' The Daily Telegraph reported on Sunday

Vacation: Ruby Rose (pictured) is reportedly returning to Australia, after she was fired from the Warner Bros. television series Batwoman. The Aussie actress, 35, 'will retreat to her old stomping ground for the summer,' The Daily Telegraph reported on Sunday

It comes after Rose claimed she was subjected to bad working conditions on the set of Warner Bros. series Batwoman. 

The star, who was fired from her role as Kate Kane after only one series, claimed that former Warner Bros. Television chairman Peter Roth 'forced' her back to work following surgery from a neck injury and hired a private investigator to dig up dirt on her.

The Australian actress also hit out at showrunner Caroline Dries, as well as Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter of the show’s production company Berlanti Productions, promising to 'come for you so what happened to me never happens to another person again'.

LA: The 35-year-old has resided in Los Angeles for several years, where she made a name for herself after staring in hit TV series Orange Is The New Black

 LA: The 35-year-old has resided in Los Angeles for several years, where she made a name for herself after staring in hit TV series Orange Is The New Black

Rose launched into a volley of allegations in October via Instagram, detailing the difficult working conditions to which she claims she was subjected. 

She began the series of posts by tagging showrunner Caroline Dries and Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter of the show's production company Berlanti Productions, writing: 'Enough is enough. 

'I'm going to tell the whole world what really happened to me on that set. I will come for you so what happened to me never happens to another person again. And so I can finally take back my life and the truth. Shame on you.'

Rose claimed Dries, who she described as having 'no heart', had only came to set four times in a year and accused her of pressuring her to comply with unfair demands. 

Claims: It comes after Rose claimed she was subjected to bad working conditions on the set of Warner Bros. series Batwoman (pictured). Warner Bros. Television group condemned the claims as 'revisionist history'

Claims: It comes after Rose claimed she was subjected to bad working conditions on the set of Warner Bros. series Batwoman (pictured). Warner Bros. Television group condemned the claims as 'revisionist history'

She also made a number of claims against former Warner Bros. TV chairman Peter Roth, who left the position earlier this year.

'Not sure if you left after getting promoted to the highest position because you just couldn't

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