After years of publicly accusing Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein of rape, the actor Rose McGowan has detailed the sexual assault she said occurred after their first meeting more than 20 years ago.
In her memoir, Brave, McGowan graphically described how Weinstein allegedly sexually assaulted her. McGowan stated that Weinstein lured her in 1997 to his hotel room at Park City, Utah and physically removed her clothing.
"I went to the management company, the bigger managers than her, and one of them said - and I remember it because it was so close to what Ben Affleck said, and I was kind of struck by that at the time - and he said, 'God dammit, I told him to stop doing that".
"To me, he's a sick person, he's a sick mind", Rose said of Weinstein, whom she refuses to call by name, instead referring to him as "The Monster".
McGowan went public with her allegations against Harvey Weinstein last fall but chooses not to name him in fearless, instead referring to him throughout as the "Monster".
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"I thought he was terrifying-looking".
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"You know, nobody talks, but to me, the truth isn't revolutionary". She said then the change was the result of a vehicle crash that left her needing reconstructive surgery.
The series, premiering Tuesday (8 ET/PT) with a two-hour special and returning with four more episodes this spring, is a mix of biography, personal statements and a recent history of the Me Too movement. "I didn't make it so".
Messick set up the meeting between McGowan and Weinstein.
McGowan added, "I have a lot of people who say, 'You took the money.' Let me tell you, the only flawless rape victim is a dead victim". "Never once growing up was I told that I was intelligent, smart, or lovely", she writes.
But the sheer amount of "performing" done by McGowan - while promoting her book, nonetheless -forced his hand. She became a part of the larger investigation into Weinstein and has used social media to comment on the accusations and how the allegations are being handled. I hope they desperately help these women. It's a mixture of hagiography, quirky character study and, at its best, confessional expurgation that would have been neither the best nor worst documentary of a similar type that I saw at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this month.
As her alleged assault occurred, McGowan said that she felt detached, as many victims do. One of the attorneys who came after her, she said, was Charles Harder, who she said now works for Donald Trump, while another was an attorney who also worked for Al Gore. Over & over I said it.