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On Wednesday, Soap Hub reported that Sarah Joy Brown, the actress who started her career as a Power Ranger and then created the role of Carly on General Hospital, had retired from acting.

Brown announced that news with a simple tweet on Labor Day claiming she’d left the acting biz months ago because it was clear to her that industry insiders wanted to squash her career.

Earlier this year and late last year, Brown was outspoken about the way she’d been treated in Hollywood, as were many actresses, as the #MeToo movement came to the forefront.

But on Wednesday evening, Brown started naming names in an epic tweet storm with allegations going back decades. Her main source of ire, according to her tweets, is CBS CEO Leslie Moonves.

Brown claims Moonves has spent years sabotaging her career any chance he had and also pointed out that she never even met the exec.

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She went on to name Israeli-American media mogul Haim Saban as another exec who hurt her career over the years, despite being the man who gave Brown her first acting job. She also named his business partner, Shuki Levy, her ex-husband and father of her one daughter.

Nobody seemed safe from Brown’s fury, as she named former co-star Vanessa Marcil as someone who also hurt her for expressing her affection for Saban’s wife.

Brown, who also appeared on Days of Our Lives, As the World Turns, and The Bold and the Beautiful, tagged journalist Ronan Farrow in her tweets, indicating she wanted to tell her story to the press. Farrow was the reporter who broke the Harvey Weinstein story last year.

See what Brown has to say in the tweets below.

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