In an extraordinary ruling that has left thousands of people outraged, the court ruled that Rose, a star of the US television show “Roseanne”, should never be banned from entering the country.
Roseanne Barr, Roseanne Barr and Roseanne in a 2009 episode of Roseanne.
The decision was made in the wake of the 2016 killing of actress Halle Berry by a man in Los Angeles who had been following her online.
The case was sparked by a Facebook post by Roseanne who wrote: “It is a sad day when the government takes the law into its own hands.
Let’s take a stand and stop the police from making us feel like we are second-class citizens.
We have a right to privacy and the right to freedom of speech.”
Her words inspired hundreds of people to join a petition calling on Roseanne to be allowed to enter the country, while a number of celebrities and political figures signed a letter condemning the ruling.
“Roseanne’s freedom of expression has been greatly eroded in recent years.
Her message has been dismissed and vilified by law enforcement, who now seem to believe that they are the sole arbiters of what is and isn’t ‘good’,” the letter read.”
The American people deserve to be treated with dignity and respect, and we will not allow our liberties to be used to oppress Roseanne.””
In the United States, Rose’s message of peace, love and peace will never be silenced, but silenced will be her.
The American people deserve to be treated with dignity and respect, and we will not allow our liberties to be used to oppress Roseanne.”
We are reviewing our procedures in this regard.””
Rose has never been denied entry into the United Kingdom.
We are reviewing our procedures in this regard.”
Roseanne said on Twitter: “My name is Roseanne and I am not scared to say I’m a beautiful person.”
The decision has sparked anger online.
One Twitter user said: “The government has banned Roseanne for life and I dont know what will come of that.
This is ridiculous!”
Roseanne, who is known for her portrayal of the late Roseanne Brooks, said on her website that she was “delighted” by the ruling, saying it was a “huge step forward”.
The ruling came as Roseanne appeared in the US on Sunday on “Rose and Me” alongside other stars such as Ellen DeGeneres and Amy Poehler.
The US Department for International Development (DID) has appealed the ruling to the US Supreme Court.
A spokeswoman for the department told the AP: “DID is reviewing its position on this matter and will not comment further at this time.”
A spokeswoman for Roseanne’s lawyers said they were disappointed with the ruling and the fact that the case was taken up by celebrities and the media.
A spokeswoman said: ‘We appreciate the court’s decision, which clearly demonstrates that Roseanne is not welcome in the United State.
“DICT remains committed to supporting the rights and interests of Rose and Roseana.””
DICT remains committed to supporting the rights and interests of Rose and Roseana.”