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Rose McGowan Sends A (Mildly Terrifying) Birthday Message To Harvey Weinstein

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Rose McGowan has a fucking message for Harvey Weinstein on his birthday — and, tbh, we're quite thankful we're on her side.

The actress took to Twitter late Monday night to post a video with a direct statement to the disgraced movie mogul and her alleged rapist: "We win."

Related: Kathie Lee Gifford Will NOT "Judge" Weinstein Or Bill Cosby

In an on camera close up, the Brave author straight-up told Weinstein:

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The Weinstein Company Files For Bankruptcy AND Lifts Employee Non-Disclosure Agreements!

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Boy, the mighty has really fallen.

On Monday, it was revealed The Weinstein Company has filed for bankruptcy, following founder Harvey Weinstein's massive sexual misconduct scandal. However, the once great film company might not be dead in the ground.

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In fact, under new ownership, the mini film studio may be able to reorganize and continue to make projects for Tinseltown. It's said that TWC has entered into a "stalking horse" agreement with Lantern Capital. The company higher-ups explained in a statement:

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Actors! Hurry Up & Cash Your Checks From Harvey Weinstein!!!

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The well's run dry!

Last week, The Weinstein Company announced they will file for bankruptcy as the company is facing several lawsuits related to Harvey Weinstein's sexual misconduct allegations.

Related: More Than 50 Women Who HAVE Accused Harvey Weinstein

In fact, earlier this month, New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman sued the production business claiming they violated the state's civil rights laws and New York City's human rights laws.

Soooo, on Thursday, SAG-AFTRA — the union which represents over 100,000 actors and other media professionals — sent its members an email urging everyone to immediately cash any checks they received from TWC.

They wrote:

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Harvey Weinstein Assistant Says She Regularly Had To Clean His Semen From The Couch!

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OK, we're back. Oof. And we thought the potted plant thing was bad… but apparently Harvey Weinstein's grotesquery knows no bounds.

TMZ reports that in a new lawsuit, Sandeep Rehal describes her role as the movie mogul's personal assistant, and it is at least as bad as you think.

Related: 50+ Women Who Have Accused Harvey Weinstein So Far

Yes, she had to set up his sexual liaisons. (As we've heard many women describe female assistants making them more comfortable then suddenly disappearing, this is an important claim.)

But Sandeep says she was also a victim of Weinstein's, having to endure sexual harassment of both a verbal variety — she says he would call her a

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Harvey Weinstein Hit With Class Action Lawsuit For Accused Racketeering To Cover Up Sexual Assaults With The Help Of 'The Weinstein Sexual Enterprise'

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Harvey Weinstein went through great lengths to cover up his decades of sexual misconduct — so great, some alleged victims believe it amounts to civil racketeering.

The disgraced movie mogul and The Weinstein Company have been hit with a class-action lawsuit filed by six women who say Weinstein sexually assaulted them when they auditioned for him or met him at company sponsored events.

The plaintiffs seek to be certified as a class to sue on grounds of racketeering, civil battery, assault, and intentional and negligent infliction of emotional distress.

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The lawsuit, which aims to represent a class of "dozens, if not hundreds" of Weinstein's alleged victims, claims the indie film producer was aided by a coalition of companies and individuals that worked with the producer to cover up his widespread sexual misconduct.

Entities of this so-called "Weinstein Sexual Enterprise" included Weinstein's staff, board members, hired operatives, attorneys, and National Enquirer writers — all of whom allegedly violated the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act.

The lawsuit claims:

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Another Harvey Weinstein Rape Accuser Comes Forward — With A Lawsuit!

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Another Harvey Weinstein accuser has come forward — and this one is going for blood.

According to TMZ, an actress listed only as Jane Doe has filed a lawsuit against Harvey and The Weinstein Company, claiming they knew his pattern of behavior and failed to stop him.

Doe's story is all too familiar: she went to a meeting with Weinstein at the Montage hotel to talk about a role in the Netflix show Marco Polo, but rather than business, she says he grabbed her by the wrists with one hand and masturbated to completion with the other.

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Months later, Doe says, Weinstein called her again — saying he wanted her to come "celebrate her upcoming role" in the show. For whatever reason, she agreed to see him again and went back to the Montage.

This time she says he

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Harvey Weinstein Sues The Weinstein Company After Sexual Harassment Scandal Fallout

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Harvey Weinstein is taking legal action.

On Thursday, the disgraced movie producer filed a lawsuit against his former employer, The Weinstein Company, which he co-founded with his brother, Bob. As you know, the filmmaker has been removed from the company's board amid his sexual harassment scandal.

The former co-chairman is now seeking info that he believes will help defend himself (and potentially the company, too) against the damning allegations.

Related: Ashley Judd Gets Candid With Diane Sawyer About Harvey Weinstein

As you know, some of Harvey's accusers are going after TWC for facilitating or ignoring the businessman's gross behavior. The suit suggests there's information that protects the company from potential liability.

According to Reuters, Weinstein is requesting access to his emails in order to obtain messages that could exonerate him and TWC. Additionally, his legal team is looking into whether confidential information was leaked to the press and if the the board wrongfully fired him.

We'll keep you posted as we learn more.

[Image via John Rainford/WENN.]

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