Rose McGowan claims someone PLANTED cocaine in her wallet before drug arrest

Actor Rose Mc Gowan has surrendered to police over charges of possession of a controlled substance

Rose McGowan was arrested Tuesday for felony possession of a controlled substance. And that's why she also didn't hand herself in after the warrant was issued, she said. After a report from the Washington Post came out about her subsequent arrest warrant, McGowan went straight to the police. "Upon examining the item, they found traces of a substance that was later identified as a narcotic".

Rose McGowan, the Hollywood actress who kind of got the whole sexual harassment ball rolling - when she outed Tinsel Town's bigwig, Harvey Weinstein, for inappropriate behaviors with women - is now facing felony cocaine charges. "There is a warrant out for my arrest in Virginia", McGowan tweeted on October 31. The actress has expressed that she believes someone planted the drugs on her to set her up after she spoke out about the sexual abuse practices of Harvey Weinstein.

In early September, before the existence of the warrant for McGowan was public, Weinstein held a meeting with his private investigators that was focussed on the efforts to arrest McGowan, according to a source who was at the Weinstein Company at the time. "At that point she would be printed, photographed and released".

"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", she said referring to the cocaine.

Harvey Weinstein and Rose Mc Gowan during the'Grindhouse Los Angeles Premiere in 2007
JEFF VESPA WIREIMAGE Harvey Weinstein and Rose Mc Gowan during the 'Grindhouse' Los Angeles Premiere in 2007

She also claimed that Weinstein had offered United States dollars 1 million to get her signature on a non-disclosure agreement just weeks before the report broke.

The 65-year-old producer has "unequivocally denied" allegations of non-consensual sex. She joined the chorus of voices that followed an NYT investigation that included stories about Weinstein from Ashley Judd and other women. After disembarking, she was standing at baggage claim and chose to call a vehicle using the service Lyft, she said, when she noticed that her wallet was gone. "What a load of HORSES**T", she tweeted. She was later released on a $5,000 (£3,800) bond.

"I will clearly plead not guilty", McGowan told the magazine.

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