Rose McGowan mourns the ‘stolen acting careers’ left in the wake of Harvey Weinstein

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Rose McGowan mourns the ‘stolen acting careers’ left in the wake of Harvey Weinstein

Rose McGowan has expressed solidarity with a number of actors whose careers she claims were “stolen”, like her own, as a result of their involvement with the disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein .

Speaking to The Guardian , the activist and artist revealed that she misses performing, but that her “career was stolen”. And that she considers herself just one of a number of actors whose careers mysteriously declined in the immediate aftermath of their dealings with Weinstein.

“We all got stolen,” she said. “And we were all very good at our jobs. That’s the other crime in all this.” Created with Sketch. Harvey Weinstein: his accusers

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Harry Weinstein’s reputation as one of Hollywood’s leading executives was long cemented in stone. The acclaimed movie mogul, who produced Oscar-winning films Shakespeare in Love, The English Patient, and The Artist, clocked up box office successes and accolades aplenty. But this has quickly changed since a chorus of women have come forward to accuse the Hollywood producer of sexual harassment and assault. Since the New York Times’ bombshell report disclosed sexual harassment and rape allegations […]

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