Shein Gao is an American actress best known for her roles in the popular series The Good Wife and The Leftovers.
She has also appeared on television shows such as Girls and American Idol.
Shein recently posted a video to Instagram in which she shows off a black and white dress and a black leather jacket that she said was a gift from her family.
The clip, which has since been removed, is captioned “High Fashion” and features clips of her family, including her mother, sister, aunt and grandmother, as well as her husband, son and daughter.
It also features an Instagram post from the actress that shows off her new hair color and makeup.
Gao posted the photo to her Instagram account with the caption “Thank you for making this possible,” and the caption includes the hashtag “#highfashion,” which she said she wanted to share with the world.
“I was never wearing a dress and I was wearing a leather jacket because my family is from the East African country of Mali, where I was born and raised,” she wrote in the caption.
“We came to America in 1962.
I’ve lived here ever since.
I’m not sure how long we’ve been in America.
I hope that this is not a misunderstanding.”
In a statement, a spokesperson for Gao said that she had not meant to suggest that her family was from the country, but rather that she was “so excited to share my family history with the nation.”
The spokesperson said that “this is a very important story for millions of women in the U.S. and around the world.”
Gao is one of several celebrities and actors who have recently come out against Donald Trump.
In a series of tweets last week, actress Rosario Dawson wrote that “it is important to remember that women are not objects for men to abuse or manipulate, and women are never sexual objects.”
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow also joined the chorus, saying that “women are not commodities.
Women are not the product of men’s actions.
Women ARE the creators of their own futures.”