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Arrest Warrant Issued for Rose McGowan for Connecting to Drug Charge

November 1, 2017
First published on:November 1, 2017
by John

Recently, Rose McGowan stepped ahead and revealed that American producer Harvey Weinstein raped her in 1997. After Harvey Weinstein's sexual harassment and allegation got rolled in the headlines, she took a chance and spoke about the sexual harassment she went 20 years ago.

After all those misconduct McGowan went through, now she is again in the headlines as Arrest Warrant issued her for her connection to the drug charge. Read more:

Arrest Warrant Issued for Rose McGowan for Connecting to Drug Charge

After narcotics were found on the personal belongings left behind on a United flight arriving at the Washington Dulles International Airport on January 20, police did launch an investigation to find details about those narcotics traces.

Rose McGowan Rose McGowan    Source: cultfilm

Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Police Department's spokesman, Rob Yingling explained to Deadline that those personal belongings belong to McGowan. Yingling said:

Our police have attempted to contact Ms. McGowan so that she can appear in a Loudoun County Virginia court to respond to the charge.

Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Police Department obtained the warrant and was issued on February 1. The warrant was out for the star's arrest that surfaced after she brought it upon social media on Monday.

McGowan accused Weinstein of sexually harassing her and added that the warrant was one of the parts of a conspiracy to silence her. It's not known how and when the actress became aware of the warrant.

For your information; Rose McGowan is one of the 82 women who came forward to reveal about Weinstein's sexual harassment and allegation.



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