Rose McGowan surrenders before police over drug possession

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On Tuesday night she handed herself over to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office in Virginia and was discharged on a $5,000 secured bond.

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority says McGowan surrendered to Airports Authority Police on Tuesday.

McGowan was arrested and booked, before being released on a $5,000 bond.

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Police Department obtained the warrant on February 1.

"It's unclear why it took almost nine months for the warrant to come to light, but it did so just after McGowan took a central role as an outspoken accuser of fallen movie mogul Harvey Weinstein", USA Today said. "There is a warrant out for my arrest in Virginia", McGowan tweeted on October 30.

Rose McGowan will plead "not guilty" in her felony drug possession case. "I even hired a private investigator to investigate whether the warrant was real". With the Women's March ahead of her, McGowan told Farrow, cocaine was the last thing on her mind at the time.

With that said, Rose said she had no plans to do cocaine during the Women's March. "I beat him to it", she said.

She immediately took to Instagram to denounce the freeze: "TWITTER HAS SUSPENDED ME".

"I had it (the purse) in the side pocket of my backpack, and I left it on my seat as I went to the bathroom". It was while sitting tight for an auto benefit outside the airplane terminal that she understood her wallet was gone, she said.

The "Charmed" star and her attorney assert that she left her bag containing her wallet on the plane unattended and she said she both filed a lost luggage claim and tweeted United Airlines for help when she realized her wallet was missing, according to the New Yorker's report. "I own stock in a marijuana company, so that's my jam", she reasoned. Of the wave of high-profile men who have been accused of abuses, she said "More will fall".

McGowan was bailed on a 5,000 USA dollar (£3,800) bond and is due to appear in court on Thursday.

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