Actress Rose McGowan Arrested on Drug Charge in Va.

Joann Johnston
November 15, 2017

Rose McGowan reported to authorities in Virginia on Tuesday after being hit with an arrest warrant for felony cocaine possession.

The arrest stems from an incident earlier this year where McGowan lost her wallet while getting off a plane in Washington D.C. and when cleaning crews discovered it they reportedly found two small baggies of cocaine inside, along with the actress' medical marijuana card.

According to Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Police, they obtained the warrant for McGowan on February 1 after an investigation of personal belongings left behind on a United flight arriving at Dulles International Airport on January 20 tested positive for narcotics.

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McGowan later accused Weinstein of rape.

Preston‏ was alluding to aNew York Times interview where she claims she was offered $1million by someone close to Weinstein in return for signing a nondisclosure agreement. There is a warrant out for my arrest in Virginia. She was subsequently released on $5,000 unsecured bond, police officials said. McGowan has been a key figure in recent allegations against Hollywood elite for sexual harassment and assault.

"Are they trying to silence me?" she tweeted. Shortly after news of the warrant came out, Rose made it clear the case wouldn't stop her from speaking out against Harvey Weinstein and supporting victims of sexual misconduct.

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