Harvey Weinstein Rape Accuser Warns Music Heavyweight Tied To Nirvana & Guns N’ Roses


Actress Rose McGowan recently said she was offered $1 million from embattled Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein in exchange for her silence. McGowan says she turned down the money the day before the New York Times ran an expose on the movie mogul. She told the paper through her lawyer that someone close to Weinstein said she could have the money if she would sign a non-disclosure agreement. McGowan is one of several women to accuse Weinstein of rape. He denies all allegations of non-consensual sex.

Now yesterday following the news of an actor accusing Kevin Spacey of sexually assaulting him when he was 14 years old, Rose McGowan tweeted about Geffen Records founder David Geffen, director Bryan Singer, and former NBC, WB, FOX, Disney, and Turner Broadcasting executive Garth Ancier. She did not comment on if the warning had anything to do with her recent sexual assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein, but the tweet came during a series about Weinstein and Kevin Spacey. Two of Geffen Records’ most famous artists in their history are Nirvana and Guns N’ Roses.

McGowan is facing arrest after airport police found traces of narcotics in belongings she left behind at Washington Dulles International Airport after she arrived on a flight from Los Angeles earlier this year. McGowan has accused Weinstein of raping her in 1997, and claims that one of the disgraced producer’s close associates offered her $1 million to remain silent about the assault.

“Are they trying to silence me?” McGowan tweeted about the warrant for her arrest. “What a load of horseshit.”