Rose McGowan will lose house to fight Harvey Weinstein

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Actress Rose McGowan has been forced to sell her house in order to fund her battle against shamed Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, it's emerged.

Rose made the confession during a panel set up to promote her new E! documentary series 'Citizen Rose', which documents her journey as an outspoken advocate for women's rights.

Ms. McGowan and Ms. Argento, who accused Mr. Weinstein of sexual assault and inadvertently sparked the movement of accusations against multiple Hollywood figures, dubbed the "Weinstein effect", said they weren't invited or consulted for the awards ceremony.

His representative said: 'Any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr. Weinstein'. "I have no time for Hollywood fakery, but you I love, .@AsiaArgento #RoseArmy", she said online. So it's actually been really exciting for us as producers to work with her and incorporate a lot of the filming that she's done.

McGowan told reporters that she actually began shooting footage for her show three years ago. The series follows McGowan as she prepares for her book release and deals with trauma since coming forward against Weinstein. I wasn't asked either but who cares! Choleric on social media, she acknowledges she is part of the #MeToo movement, but separate from it. I Am Cait, its documentary series about former decathlete Caitlyn Jenner and her new life as a transgender woman, went off the air after two sluggish seasons.

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"My father said I was born with my fist up".

As previously reported, McGowan was arrested after turning herself in to police on November 14 for felony possession of a controlled substance.

During the panel, McGowan spoke passionately to reporters about the ways in which "your peers - a lot of them" have misrepresented her in the press, also noting that while E! has recently come under fire for pay disparity between its male and female talent, "if you're a male reporter doing the same job as a woman, I nearly guarantee you you're being paid more". "It's so systemic, you guys. It starts at the top".

Rose McGowan is capitalizing on the #MeToo movement.

To those who have told her that she is fortunate to have a platform, McGowan says she responds, "Do you understand what I've been through for 20 years?"