Weinstein accuser hands herself in to police over drug possession

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Weinstein accuser hands herself in to police over drug possession

The actress turned herself in, was arrested and booked before being released on a $5,000 bond in Virginia Tuesday, according to the Loudoun County Sheriffs Office.

"Goddamnit! I told him to stop doing that", McGowan claimed Affleck said to her after it emerged she'd been a victim of Weinstein back in 1997.

Actress Rose McGowan is free on bond, following her arrest on cocaine possession charges.

The warrant was obtained on February 1, 2017, after a police investigation of McGowan's personal belongings "tested positive for narcotics and were left behind on a flight arriving at Washington Dulles International Airport" on January 20, the Airports Authority Police Department told us. It was McGowan in a White House setting with a #RoseArmy revamp. "I had it in the side pocket of my backpack, and I left it on my seat as I went to the bathroom", she said. And as she said in an interview with the New Yorker's Ronan Farrow, a detective contacted her to come get her wallet, but she was afraid.

Previously McGowan has claimed that the warrant was an attempt to silence her over her claims against the film producer...

Weinstein has “unequivocally” denied all allegations of non-consensual sex.

Weinstein accuser hands herself in to police over drug possession
Weinstein accuser hands herself in to police over drug possession

She said: "I was going to A.S.A.P, but then things started to get really weird". I knew I was being followed and that I wasn't safe.

In the wake of handing herself over to confront a lawful offense sedate charge, Rose McGowan has asserted that she is a casualty of a set-up and will argue not blameworthy. "Imagining I'm going into sisterly solidarity, I can think of nothing more opposed to that, energetically, that I would want in my body at that moment".

"I have been silenced for 20 years", McGowan said at the convention.

Reportedly, McGowan flew to the Dulles International Airport to go to the Women's March in Washington D.C, and she left her wallet behind while on a United Airlines flight.

"Are they attempting to hush me?" she tweeted on October 30, calling the capture a "heap of steeds -".

Apparently, the warrant was from Loudoun County, Virginia, officials.

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