Rose McGowan Targeted for Murder after Threats to Expose Clintons
Activist says someone tried to kill her after her phone was 'cloned'
MeToo activist Rose McGowan has revealed that she has been targetted for murder after she recently made threats to expose the Clintons.
As Neon Nettle reported earlier this month, McGowan dropped a bombshell by claiming that she was involved in an incident with Bill Clinton "in a hotel room."
The former "Charmed" actress made the allegation in a Twitter post where she slammed Hillary Clinton as "evil" and declared that she has "no soul."
McGowan hinted she would release more details about the encounter soon with a very cryptic line.
She ended the tweet by adding "here comes the bomb."
The comments were made in a statement directed at Hillary.
"[Hillary Clinton], You are a shadow leader in service of evil," she started.
"You are the enemy of what is good, right and moral," McGowan continued.
"You represent no flag, no country, no soul.
"You eat hope, you twist minds.
"I’ve been in a hotel room with your husband and here comes the bomb.”
@HillaryClinton You are a shadow leader in service of evil. You are the enemy of what is good, right and moral. You represent no flag, no country, no soul. You eat hope, you twist minds. I’ve been in a hotel room with your husband and here comes the bomb. https://t.co/K3ZDQYBXPn— Rose✨McGowan (@rosemcgowan) September 3, 2021
Now, McGowan says an attempt on her life has been made.
The Hollywood star claims someone intentionally tried to run her off the road.
She also claims her home was also broken in to and her phone was "cloned" in an apparently well-coordinated attack.
McGowan uploaded a video to her Twitter account to show how her front door has been forced off its hinges.
Earlier this week, McGowan appeared on Fox News, claiming she’s been harassed and stalked and warning that people are trying to hurt her.
McGowan sat down with Tucker to discuss the fallout from her turning on Democrats.
During jer uring the second half of the wide-ranging conversation, McGowan told Carlson that she believes Weinstein tried to silence her using illegal intimidation tactics ahead of the release of her memoir “Brave,” where she expressed plans to name her rapist.
"They were flying drones around my window every day – this is three years before the Weinstein news broke,” McGowan recalled.
"I was trailed, almost driven off the road.
"They stole my headlights out of my car.
"They placed trackers in my car,” she said.
"I thought I was manifesting everything in my life, turns out my whole house was bugged."
McGowan eventually filed a lawsuit alleging that Weinstein and his co-conspirators used spies posing as women’s rights advocates and journalists to obtain a copy of her memoir, illegally recorded her conversations, and smeared her to those in the entertainment industry who were working on projects with her.
"Any time I made a public appearance, I knew people were shadowing me,” she told Carlson.
"My then-boyfriend at the time was like ‘I can’t take it. I’m being followed, my car’s broken into.’
"And this is three years before the news was breaking but they knew I was writing a book."