Asia Argento’s beef with Rose McGowan is apparently far from over.
The 43-year-old Rome native took to Instagram Stories Saturday to share a shot of a new tattoo she received marking a vendetta she has for McGowan, her one-time confidante.
The Italian actress posted shots as she received a tattoo on her foot of a dagger with a drop of blood on it, tagging the tattoo artist, Marco Manzo.
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Ink: Asia Argento, 43, took to Instagram Stories Saturday to share a shot of a new tattoo she received marking a vendetta she has for Rose McGowan, her one-time confidante, over her role in Asia’s underage sex scandal
Body art: The Italian actress posted shots as she received a tattoo on her foot of a dagger with a drop of blood on it, tagging the tattoo artist, Marco Manzo
‘Bye bye @rosemcgowan,’ Argento wrote in a caption on the photo, writing on another one, ‘Significato: vendetta consumata,’ which translates to ‘consumed revenge’ in Italian.
Argento, according to US, added the bible verse Romans 12:19, which means, ‘Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written. Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord.’
Argento and McGowan, two of the hallmark voices in the #MeToo movement amid their accusations of sexual harassment and misconduct aimed at producer Harvey Weinstein, have fallen out in recent months amid McGowan’s involvement in allegations made by actor Jimmy Bennett, 22.
Better times: Asia was in her native Rome with Rose last May, as the stars have been two of the hallmark voices in the #MeToo movement
Bennett claimed Argento slept with him in 2013, when he was 17, and later paid him in a settlement to keep quiet over the encounter.
McGowan in August said publicly that Argento had admitted via text message to her partner, Rain Dove, that the sexual encounter had occurred. (Argento this week told DailyMailTV: ‘I was the one who was assaulted. It was painful.’)
Argento in September made a legal ultimatum to McGowan, who apologized to her in a statement on Thursday on social media that said her initial statements against Argento ‘contained a number of facts that were not correct.’
Not satisfied: Argento, who was snapped Sunday on an Italian TV show, rejected recent gesture from Rose admitting she circulated information that was not accurate about her
Argento responded in saying that Rose’s revision came too late to save her lucrative gig with X Factor Italy, as she was fired amid the scandal last month.
‘Although I am grateful to @rosemcgowan for her full apology following her groundless allegations about me,’ she wrote, ‘If she had issued it earlier, I may have kept my job on X-Factor and avoided the constant accusations of paedophilia which I have been subjected to in real-life and online.’
She wrote a subsequent tweet with a suggestion for the Scream actress: ‘Now go on, live your life and stop hurting other people, will you Rose? Best wishes.’