Rose McGowan to star in 5-part E! documentary
Fox411: Actress and activist Rose McGowan will star in a new five-part documentary series on E! the name “Citizen Rose”, which coincides with the release of her new memoir, ‘be BRAVE.’
Rose McGowan had a message for Harvey Weinstein on his special day: “Happy f-ing birthday.”
The actress became an activist tweeted the creepy desire on the disgraced movie mogul the 66th birthday Monday.
“I told you we would come. I told you 20 years ago if I heard of you doing this to another girl or woman, we should come for you, I’d come for you,” McGowan said.
The 44-year-old has been at the forefront of efforts to change the culture of silence around sexual abuse in Hollywood since she accused the producer of raping her in 1997.
The cases, film-maker, once one of Hollywood’s most powerful men, was accused of sexually assaulting and harassing more than 80 women.
In addition to McGowan, actresses, Ashley Judd, Kate Beckinsale, Mira Sorvino and Daryl Hannah spoke out against Weinstein, who denies all allegations of non-consensual sex.
“Happy f-ing birthday. From all of us,” McGowan creepy says Weinstein, before her voice drops to a whisper. “We win.”
Her mocking message comes after she told Britain’s Sunday People that they are the targets of harassment since she went public with her allegations.
“I am sure that he would prefer that I was dead,” she told the outlet. “He is a sociopath. I’m not afraid — but I need it to be. The people I find worse than him are his lawyers. The way they act is disgusting.
“The people around him, who supported him in his attempt to dominate and abuse of women, are monsters, just as much as he is,” she continued.
“There is no rehabilitation for that type of soul. They just need to fall off the planet. He doesn’t believe he has done anything wrong.”
Meanwhile, The Weinstein Company, the Hollywood honcho established, adjudicated bankrupt on Monday and announced that it would release the victims and witnesses to his alleged misconduct on the part of non-disclosure agreements.
“Effective immediately, that ‘agreements’ end,” the company said in a statement, adding that “no one should be afraid to speak out or forced to remain silent.”
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