Rose McGowan Turns Herself In On Felony Cocaine Possession Charge


Rose McGowan Turns Herself In On Felony Cocaine Possession Charge

Rose McGowan was released from custody Tuesday after turning herself in for a drug possession charge. According to the spokesperson, the warrant existed for possession of cocaine.

Actress Rose McGowan turned herself in in Virginia Tuesday after a felony warrant was issued for her arrest by authorities in February.

The Class 5 felony charge stems from a police investigation of the actress' personal belongings left behind on a United flight arriving at Washington Dulles International Airport on January 20. She confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that she was referring to disgraced media mogul Harvey Weinstein.

McGowan reacted on Twitter to news of the warrant in October.

McGowan seemingly tweeted about the warrant last month, writing, "Are they trying to silence me?" The former "Charmed" actress says that the producer raped her and then gave her a $100,000 settlement in 1997.

The Planet Terror and Scream star previously suggested the warrant was an attempt to "silence" her after she became one of dozens of women to publicly accuse Weinstein of sexual harassment or assault.

He faces police investigations in Los Angeles, New York and London and has been sacked from The Weinstein Company, the studio he co-founded with his brother.

At this time, McGowan has not addressed or made a public statement on her arrest and release.