Rose McGowan surrenders over drug charge warrant


Actress Rose McGowan, one of the leading voices speaking out against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, has turned herself in after a warrant was issued for her arrest on a drug charge in Virginia. A warrant for her arrest was obtained after belongings left behind on a flight arriving at nearby Washington Dulles global airport tested positive for illegal drugs, police said.

The items allegedly contained traces of unspecified narcotics. A Post reporter called McGowan around the same time to ask her about it and she, after receiving the call, revealed details of the arrest warrant for the first time on Twitter. "I will clearly plead not guilty", she said.

Rose has now admitted that after the warrant was issued earlier this year, she had every intention of turning herself in as soon as possible, but her concerns led her to hire a private investigator.

In 1997, Ms. McGowan reached a $100,000 settlement with Mr. Weinstein, and she said through her lawyer in October that someone close to Mr. Weinstein had offered her $1 million to sign a nondisclosure agreement. Weinstein has denied all allegations of nonconsensual sex.

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The "Charmed" star and her attorney assert that she left her bag containing her wallet on the plane unattended and she said she both filed a lost luggage claim and tweeted United Airlines for help when she realized her wallet was missing, according to the New Yorker's report.

'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 on Wednesday.

Following her release, McGowan told the New Yorker's Ronan Farrow that the drugs found in her belongings may have been planted.

McGowan had been expected to appear in a courtroom for her arraignment Thursday, but a judge agreed to waive her appearance at the request of her lawyer.

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The actress has claimed Weinstein, who has been accused of sexual harassment spanning decades, raped her and later tried to pay her in exchange for her silence. She had declined to describe what occurred with Mr. Weinstein but later described her experience, on Twitter, as rape.

Last month, McGowan tweeted: "Are they trying to silence me?" She claims Weinstein first assaulted her in 2015 and then raped her in spring a year ago.

He faces police investigations in Los Angeles, New York and London and has been sacked from The Weinstein Company, the studio he co-founded with his brother.

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