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Rose McGowan says Weinstein Legal Action May Cost Actress Her Home

McGowan helped start a national public discussion about sexual misconduct when she accused Weinstein of raping her

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    The actress-turned-activist spoke to TV critics Tuesday about her new documentary series "Citizen Rose" and what she called her global fight against sexual misconduct and injustice.

    Rose McGowan, refusing to mention Harvey Weinstein by name, says legal action by the man she calls "the monster" is forcing her to sell her house to fight him.

    The actress-turned-activist spoke to TV critics Tuesday about her new documentary series "Citizen Rose" and what she called her global fight against sexual misconduct and injustice.

    McGowan helped start a national public discussion about sexual misconduct when she accused Weinstein of raping her. The movie mogul, facing numerous other accusations of misconduct, has repeatedly denied "allegations of non-consensual sex."

    In "Citizen Rose," debuting Jan. 30 on the E! channel, Weinstein is referred to only as "HW" or "the monster," said executive director Andrea Metz.

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    McGowan separated herself from Hollywood's anti-sexual misconduct "Times Up" initiative, saying she doesn't believe change will come from those who hold power in the industry.