Rose McGowan’s lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein was dismissed by a California judge.
According to court documents viewed by Fox News Digital, Central District California Judge Otis D. Wright dismissed the McGowan case with prejudice on December 6, meaning it cannot be raised again later. The decision comes after it has missed a deadline set by the court.
The actress was one of the first to publicly claim that the disgraced movie mogul raped her in 1997 while they were at the Sundance Film Festival. Hers was among many shocking allegations by several women who made similar allegations of sexual misconduct by Weinstein that ultimately led to his rape conviction in 2020.
In October 2019, McGowan made further allegations against Weinstein, alleging he had used his financial power to discredit his allegations when he learned she would publish them in detail in his 2018 book, “Brave.” She believes Weinstein’s actions, which included his ex-lawyers Lisa Bloom and David Boies as well as spy and intelligence firm Black Cube Strategies, violated the law on corrupt organizations influenced by racketeering.
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However, it looks like the case will not move forward after McGowan fails to provide the court with more documented evidence of his case within the proposed time frame. According to the documents, McGowan was told on November 9 that she had until December 2 to file further documents in the case or until December 3 to file a further brief as directed by the court.
“As of today, the plaintiff has not filed any brief in response to the order of the court and the order of the minutes. Accordingly, the plaintiff is deemed to have conceded the two points that the court gave him the opportunity to argue in the supplementary brief, “the documents read. “As a result, the Court finds that the claimant is unable to sufficiently plead a RICO claim, which means that a further amendment would be futile.”
Neither McGowan nor Weinstein’s reps immediately responded to Fox News’ request for comment.
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Former “Charmed” original complaint alleged that the disgraced opportunity overseer had assembled a cohort of powerful lawyers, book agents, spies and other parties, dubbed the “Weinstein Protection Enterprise” in the complaint, all working together to quell McGowan’s plans to come forward. in 2016 and 2017.
McGowan alleged in the lawsuit that she was working on her memoir, “Brave,” and planned to publish her story for the first time in the published version of the book. According to the complaint, McGowan claimed that Weinstein and his attorneys, using a Black Cube emissary, were able to secure much of his unpublished book in advance.
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McGowan claimed that the Black Cube rep, known to McGowan as Diana Filip, posed as an advocate for women as a trick to gain her trust and illegally recorded their conversations and even accessed a version of the actress’s book on her computer.
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McGowan was awarded $ 100,000 to settle her allegation that Weinstein raped her in 1997.
Julius Young of Fox News contributed to this report.