Published: Fri, October 13, 2017
Culture | By Stewart Greene

Rose McGowan on Twitter: 'HW Raped Me'

Rose McGowan on Twitter: 'HW Raped Me'

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"I told the head of your studio that HW raped me", she wrote in a tweet to Amazon's CEO, using Weinstein's initials. "Over and Over I said it". He said it hadn't been proved. I said I was the proof...

She tweeted: "Join me in supporting this important cause at iPetitions". She has also attacked Hollywood players who failed to criticize Weinstein, writing in a tweet "you all knew". If you try to view a suspended profile, you'll see a notice explaining that the account has been suspended.

It then states the countdown will begin once she deletes the tweets that violated the rules - however it is unclear which tweet violated the rules.

Representatives for Affleck did not respond to messages regarding that allegation.

It added: "We are reviewing our options for the projects we have with The Weinstein Co". "We will be clearer about these policies and decisions in the future".

McGowan's name has come up in connection with Weinstein before. She has claimed that the high-powered producer harassed and assaulted her in 1997 while she was filming the movie Scream.

Actress Kate Beckinsale says she was 17 years old when Harvey Weinstein greeted her in his bathrobe for a meeting in a room at the Savoy Hotel.

Settlements are sometimes used to keep recipients quiet.

New York Police Department spokesman Peter Donald said Thursday that investigators are trying to determine whether there were any additional complaints involving Weinstein. I forcefully begged studio head to do the right thing. Girl will just not give in and I am here for her fire.

NBC decided not to broadcast the story, so Farrow took his story to The New Yorker. "BE MY VOICE", McGowan wrote. "The legal angle is coming at me and I have no recourse".

Masse first told her story Wednesday to Variety, saying she was in part inspired by the bravery of other women who had come forward. McGowan was briefly blocked from the platform on Thursday.

Actress Rose McGowan said in an Instagram post overnight that her Twitter account had been temporarily suspended, following a tweet in which she accused actor Ben Affleck of prior knowledge of Harvey Weinstein's misconduct, including toward her.

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