The former Charmed star claimed the note read: "push-up bras encouraged" and revealed the name of the male star of the film rhymed with "Madam Panhandler" - Adam Sandler.

Opening up about the offensive script notes on Twitter, the actress writes, "It was just so dumb. I was offended by the stupidity more than anything. I was offended by the fact that went through so many people's hands and nobody red flagged it. This is normal to so many people."

She later added, "I'm not trying to vilify Adam Sandler. Although someone did tell me that when he did his Netflix deal, he said, 'I signed with Netflix because it rhymes with Wet Chicks'. I mean, what? What in the f**k is going on?"

MCGowan claims the audition notes reminded her of a meeting with an agent when she was 17: "When I did my first film, I was told by my agent that I would need to have long hair so men in this town would want to f**k me and hire me. That was said to a 17 year old."