Rose McGowan Claims Lawyer Lisa Bloom Offered Her $6M to Say Harvey Weinstein ‘Changed’

One of Harvey Weinstein’s accusers, Rose McGowan, alleged that Lisa Bloom, a former attorney of Weinstein’s, offered her $6 million to publicly come out and endorse the disgraced mogul who she claims raped her.

In a statement on her Facebook page, McGowan stated that celebrity lawyer Lisa Bloom approached McGowan’s literary agent about getting McGown to publicly support sexual criminal Harvey Weinstein, according to Daily Mail.

Bloom was working for Weinstein as his representation before resigning following the scandal. McGowan claims she was raped by Weinstein during the 1997 Sundance Film Festival, and has stated that she did not sign a non-disclosure agreement after she reached a settlement.

Daily Mail reports:


‘You know what is truth, Lisa? I feel like people should know that you’ve been calling my literary agent and saying there’d be money for me if I got on the “Harvey’s Changed” bandwagon?’ the actor wrote.

‘You told her that I should care about HIS reputation. How HE has a family now and how HE has changed. Well, guess what? I’ve always had a family and that didn’t stop him from assaulting me.’

Bloom denies reaching out to McGowan’s literary agent, stating that she doesn’t even know who her agent is. She states that she never threatened McGowan and never offered her money.

McGowan added the following regarding Lisa Bloom, “The scarlet letter is your, and it’s S for SHAME.”

Screenshot of McGowan’s Facebook post below, though the image is spotty, per Daily Mail:
Here is the link to the post.

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