Rose McGowan is sharing more shocking revelations in regards to the ongoing Harvey Weinstein scandal.
In a new interview with the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire, the actress, author, and activist divulged that the disgraced Hollywood producer has attempted to contact her within the last month.
When asked if she had received any recent communication from Harvey, Rose admitted “Texts, things like that. No idea how he got my number.” She continued, “This was a month ago. Somebody that worked for him…on his behalf. It was basically just kind of this person is reaching out. And I don’t even understand what the point was. I can’t understand to what end.”
The question of direct contact comes up once again in the clip, and Rose clarifies: “Only in the form of people hired to terrorize me. People that he paid to terrorize me. People like his crisis PR agency.”
The 44-year-old has been promoting her memoir, Brave, which details her alleged assault at the hands of Weinstein during the 1997 Sundance Film Festival. She reveals that the terrifying encounter was “even worse than [what she] wrote. I just thought, This is enough to really get my point across.”
In fact, according to Rose, the book was almost shelved due to its damning content. She alluded to Harvey’s active involvement in trying to silence her, explaining, “This is a person who — allegedly — stole 125 pages of my book. There was a million dollar bounty on my book.”