Drugs may have been planted in Rose McGowan's luggage, her lawyer has claimed, after she handed herself into police on Tuesday.
Harvey Weinstein had a team of lawyers and private investigators who worked to suppress and discredit the allegations of his sexual accusers and journalists, it's alleged.
'The New York Times' reported last week that Weinstein reached a settlement with McGowan in 1997 'after an episode in a hotel room.'
Hilarie Burton has said that she was 'groped' by Ben Affleck 'when she was a kid', while working as a host on the MTV show 'Total Request Live'.
Hollywood has reacted to the explosive exposé by the New York Times claiming that producer Harvey Weinstein sexually harassed women in the movie business.
Ten years after it crashed and burned at the box office, exploitation double bill 'Grindhouse' has made a greater impact on movies and pop culture than anyone would have expected.
Rose McGowan didn’t think she was dropping a bombshell when she tweeted out a sexist casting notice in June. The note, which came attached to an Adam Sandler script and requested that actresses “show off cleavage” and wear “form fitting leggings,” struck her as funny — but also, typical of what women face in Hollywood. In a conversation with Indiewire’s Dana Harris for the new Indiewire Influencers podcast, McGowan speaks candidly about Tinseltown’s deeply ingrained anti-woman bias.
Photo: You already know that Hollywood is sexist. Every single woman—from the D list all the way up to Meryl Streep has railed against the male dominated industry in which women have to write their own roles, produce their own films, make less money than men, and look sexy on the red carpet. And honestly, something happens every single week to drive this point home. Last week, it was Selena Gomez at the premiere of Transylvania 2, looking hot as hell in a two-piece red outfit by Katie Ermilio while her co-stars, Adam Sandler and Kevin James, looked like slobs in shorts and t-shirts.