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Harvey Weinstein's Los Angeles sex crimes trial won't include Daryl Hannah or Rose McGowan

A judge Wednesday ruled that five women – but not Daryl Hannah or Rose McGowan – can testify at Harvey Weinstein's upcoming rape and sexual assault trial in Los Angeles. Weinstein, 70, is not charged with crimes related to the additional witnesses. Their testimony is designed to bolster the rape and sexual assault case against him for alleged attacks on five other women in and around Beverly Hills between 2004 and 2013. He has pleaded not guilty.
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Harvey Weinstein Trial Can Include 6 More Accusers, But Not Daryl Hannah or Rose McGowan

Click here to read the full article. Prosecutors can use accusations from six additional women — but not Daryl Hannah or Rose McGowan — when they try to convince a Los Angeles jury that Harvey Weinstein raped or sexually assaulted five women in and around Beverly Hills between 2004 and 2013, a judge decided Wednesday. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Lisa Lench made her ruling from the bench after prosecutors sought permission to admit so-called “propensity” evidence from a total of 16 women who levied allegations against the disgraced movie mogul beyond the underlying charges in the California case. Weinstein’s lawyer,...
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Rose McGowan loses suit claiming Harvey Weinstein tried to silence her

Rose McGowan lost her suit against Harvey Weinstein claiming he and others colluded to prevent her from publishing rape allegations in her book when a judge tossed the case Monday. The “Charmed” actress filed a California federal racketeering lawsuit in 2018 against the disgraced movie mogul, two of his former...
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Rose McGowan rails against Netflix employees for protesting Dave Chappelle's special: 'Fake activism'

Rose McGowan is weighing in on the ongoing controversy surrounding Netflix and Dave Chappelle's latest comedy special. The former "Charmed" actress took to Twitter on Thursday to criticize the streamer's "whiny" staffers who have spoken out against "The Closer," which saw the comedian make remarks that some viewed as offensive to the transgender community.
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Rose McGowan Says Dog Was Stung by Something That's 'Attacking' Pet's Nervous System

Rose McGowan is asking for prayers for her sweet dog. On Monday, the actress, 48, shared a short message on Instagram about a severe health issue affecting her pet. "We need all prayers to all Goddesses and Gods right now, please. Perlita has been stung by something that is attacking her nervous system. We need all good thoughts. Gracias," McGowan wrote.
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EXCLUSIVE: Rose McGowan Details Jennifer Newsom Attempt to Silence Her

Rose McGowan changed America. In a country of 330 million people, a select few will be remembered for having had a profound effect on the culture we live in and how America treats various injustices. Rose is already affectionately remembered by her fans in her various Hollywood roles, whether as the witch Paige Matthews in Charmed, Tatum Riley in Wes Craven’s slasher classic Scream or the villainous and vapid Courtney Shayne in Jawbreaker.
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What Happened to Rose McGowan?

Two days before Tuesday’s gubernatorial recall election in California, Rose McGowan gave a press conference with Larry Elder, the conservative radio host who would have replaced Gov. Gavin Newsom if he hadn’t kept his seat. The activist and former actress renounced the Democratic Party, which she has previously supported, and encouraged California voters to “be brave, do something that’s weird—like maybe voting Republican, even though it will feel strange.”
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