Rose McGowan on Harvey Weinstein’s indictment: I’m validated


Finally. The post started with: “Indicted. “And all you were told is that I was a horror show. I know what I have achieved to change the world.”
For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App I have always spoken the truth. McGowan took to Instagram to respond to Weinstein’s indictment with a trailer for her E! All they see is numbers. show Citizen Rose as well as a lengthy post, reports pagesix.com. I’ve been indicted by the media he’s bought out for years to trash me.”
She further wrote: “Who I am has been told to the world for me in magazines, newspapers, blogs, videos, tabloids. Ratings. The media often cuts you when they can, especially if they’ve been paid off to – the journalists and reporters who are safe in their cubicles and do not have to drown in your tears or see the bruises. Related News
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McGowan concluded by saying: “Now that the Monster aka Harvey Weinstein – has turned himself in I’m ‘validated’. Someone damaged. Views. 2018-05-31T21:38:03+05:30″>
Updated: May 31, 2018 9:38:03 pm

Rose McGowan was one of the celebrities who accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment. Someone off-kilter. The narrative of me-my story-has been sold to you as a work of fiction.