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Rose McGowan Issued Arrest Warrant for January Drug Charge
01 November 2017, 01:02 | Cassandra Thompson
Rose McGowan Says Arrest Warrant For Narcotics Is “A Load Of Horsesh*t”
An arrest warrant has been obtained for actress Rose McGowan for felony possession of a controlled substance stemming from items left behind on a United flight arriving in Washington on January 20.
The felony drug charge stems from an investigation of personal belongings that tested positive for narcotics after being left behind on a United flight arriving at Washington Dulles International Airport in Virginia on January 20, according to police. Police say McGowan did not respond to attempts to contact her to appear in court, according to the AP.
In response to the arrest warrant, McGowantweeted, "Are they trying to silence me".
The actress claimed that warrant is issued in order to silence her.
The 44-year-old - who has blamed Hollywood maker Harvey Weinstein for sexually ambushing her - guaranteed the warrant was a piece of a connivance to hush her.
The initial Times piece suggested McGowan reached a $100,000 settlement with Weinstein following an incident in a hotel room during the 1997 Sundance Film Festival in Utah.
Rose McGowan is the subject of an arrest warrant related to a felony drug charge in Loudoun County, Virginia, the Associated Press is reporting. There is a warrant out for my arrest in Virginia.
McGowan has chosen instead to move forward with a kind of scorched-earth crusade against Hollywood, speaking out against the industry's history of protecting sexual abusers. "I have been harassed", McGowan said.
The actress is one of those 50 women who has been accused, Weinstein of sexual harassment or assault. I've been maligned. And you know what?
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