Rose mcgowan angered Friday by apologizing to Iran on Twitter after its top military general was killed in an air strike ordered by President Trump.
The controversial actress, 46, known for making obscene comments against Trump on social media, sent a series of tweets attacking the United States, leaving her followers questioning her sanity.
"Expensive #I ranThe US has disrespected its country, its flag, its people. 52% of us humbly apologize. We want peace with your nation. We are being held hostage by a terrorist regime. We do not know how to escape. Please do not kill us. #Soleimani," she wrote.
The Pentagon confirmed Thursday night that Trump had ordered the attack who killed Iranian general Qassem Soleimani. The top military commander was responsible for killing hundreds of Americans and coalition members and injuring thousands more, the US State Department said.
McGowan's followers accused the actress of using drugs and asked her to tweet or delete her account as a whole. McGowan responded to the outcry with another series of verbal attacks against US and Trump.
"Thanks a lot, d-khead," McGowan wrote to Trump in another tweet.
McGowan's wave of anger on Twitter continued in the early hours of Friday morning. When a follower simply asked to delete the apology tweet, McGowan replied, "eat s – t".
While the actress pointed out that Soleimani was a "bad, bad man," she continued to argue that the United States has no morals.
"Sure #Soleimani He was a bad and bad man who did bad things. But that at this time is not the main point. The United States is morally corrupt and acts illegally. It is logical to appeal to Iran's pride by apologizing. I'm taking one to the team. #TeamStayAlive, "she continued.
McGowan's wave of anger on Twitter continued into the early hours of Friday morning. When a follower simply asked to delete the apology tweet, McGowan replied, "eat s – t".
McGowan was labeled a "traitor," while others outraged by her speech instructed her to "leave the US!"
Earlier Friday, Iran's President Hassan Rouhani vowed to "take revenge for this heinous crime," prompting the US State Department to urge all US citizens to "leave Iraq immediately."
Danielle Wallace of Fox News contributed to this report.