Actor and activist Rose McGowan has been released on a $5,000 bond after surrendering to U.S. police on foot of a warrant for alleged felony possession of a controlled substance.
McGowan has claimed that the charges would have been made to go away, had she agreed to remain silent about Weinstein.
McGowan turned herself in at the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office after a warrant was issued February 1 by the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Police Department, authorities confirmed.
Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority spokesman Andrew Trull says in an email Tuesday night that McGowan has surrendered to Airports Authority Police.
An arrest warrant was recently issued for the former Charmed star after she left her wallet on a United Airlines flight which landed at Washington Dulles International Airport in January.
According to The Blast, the 44-year-old turned herself in to the Loudoun County Sheriff's office where she was arrested, took a mugshot, and was then released on bond.
McGowan is one of dozens of women who accused film producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct. McGowan has been a key figure in recent allegations against Hollywood elite for sexual harassment and assault.
"What a load of HORSES-T".
McGowan seemingly tweeted about the warrant last month, writing, "Are they trying to silence me?"