Rose McGowan Was Offered $1 Million In Weinstein Hush Money

Hear her roar Rose Mc Gowan spoke at the Women's Convention in Detroit on Friday morning, her first public appearance since the Harvey Weinstein story broke

However, one day after the New York Times published an explosive investigation detailing decades of alleged abuse by Weinstein, she chose to reject the offer outright.

McGowan, who revealed earlier this month that she was allegedly raped by Weinstein, said she considered the offer, but countered with United States dollars 6 million. "But I was like - ew, gross, you're disgusting, I don't want your money, that would make me feel disgusting".

While a nondisclosure understanding appeared to have banned McGowan from talking about Weinstein previously, another meeting with the New York Times reveals insight into the methods Weinstein and his inward circle as of late experienced to shield her from unveiling what precisely happened in that lodging room: And it included some quiet cash. "She confided that a female attorney had told her that because she had done nudity in movies that no jury would believe her and that it would turn into a he said/she said case". "They can't imagine a woman getting strong otherwise", she said to cheers in the packed crowd. McGowan did not comment in the October 5 story.

"The triggering has been insane - the monster's face [is] everywhere, my nightmare", she said. "Suffice it to say a door opened and my life changed".

She then said she went back and asked for $6m (£4.5m) but later told her lawyer to pull the offer. I have been maligned and you know what?

He said he was "inspired" to cast McGowan as a "bad ass" in the film, part of a double-feature co-helmed by Quentin Tarantino and distributed by Bob Weinstein's Dimension Films. Days later, The New Yorker published an article detailing allegations ranging from inappropriate comments to rape against Weinstein.

McGowan delivered a powerful speech at the Women's Convention, calling on women to fight back against a culture of sexual harassment, saying "the scarlet letter is theirs; it is not ours".

Flash-forward 20 years and what you have is one of the few heroes of this story, Ronan Farrow, leaping over decades of cover-ups and even his own "news" network, NBC, (that spiked the publication), in order to finally give Weinstein's accusers a voice. "I have been slut-shamed". I have been harassed. We are pure, we are strong, we are fearless and we will fight. "I'm just like you".

She wrote:"You know what is truth, Lisa?"

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