Rose McGowan and her Twitter account have become synonymous with the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault scandal but on 11 October, the social media site "determined" that the actress had not conformed to their rules and made a decision to block her account.
To add to that suspicion, Twitter recently said that it would allow US President Donald Trump to threaten war and berate US citizens on its platform because it was of public interest - and users haven't missed the disparity.
While McGowan has avoided addressing her past with Weinstein directly, she has often seemingly referenced it. She included a snapshot of a message from Twitter saying she would only be able to send direct messages from her account unless she deleted tweets that violated Twitter rules. "We stand with the courageous women and men who use Twitter to share their stories, and will work hard every day to improve our processes to protect those voices", Twitter tweeted. On Thursday, shortly after McGowan's tweets posted, The Hollywood Reporter published an interview with Isa Hackett, daughter of author Philip K. Dick and executive producer of Amazon series Man in the High Castle, with allegations that Price propositioned her at San Diego Comic-Con in 2015.
Also Wednesday, Police were called to the Los Angeles home of Weinstein's daughter, Lily, in what's said to have been a dispute between the 22-year-old and her father.
McGowan is one of at least 20 women to have accused Weinstein of sexually harassing them.
Twitter does not typically comment on individual accounts for privacy and security reasons.
Using the hashtag #WomenBoycottTwitter, female Twitter users (along with many male ones) announced that they would stay off the platform tomorrow in solidarity with McGowan.
But speculation on why her account was suspended became the center of online chatter.