A capture warrant was issued for Rose McGowan for lawful offense ownership of a controlled substance.
Police propelled an examination after they purportedly discovered hints of opiates in individual possessions abandoned on a United flight landing at the Washington Dulles International Airport on Jan. 20, the AP reports.
A representative for the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Police Department, Rob Yingling, revealed to Deadline examiners trust the individual effects were McGowan’s.
“Is it true that they are endeavoring to hush me? There is a warrant out for my capture in Virginia. What a heap of HORSES—,” she tweeted Monday morning.
It isn’t clear when the on-screen character wound up plainly mindful of the warrant.
Recently, McGowan said she was assaulted by Weinstein.
“I have been hushed for a long time. I have been prostitute disgraced. I have been hassled. I have been defamed and, guess what? I’m much the same as you,” she said. “What transpired off camera happens to every one of us in the public eye and it can’t stand and it won’t stand.”
She is one of more than 50 ladies who have approached to blame Weinstein for sexual unfortunate behavior or strike.
A representative for the motion picture big shot beforehand told PEOPLE, “Any charges of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr. Weinstein.”