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Rose McGowan was suspended from Twitter amid Weinstein scandal. Here's why

Rose McGowan was temporarily suspended from Twitter Wednesday night, after several days of ferociously advocating for victims of sexual assault in the wake of the allegations against Harvey Weinstein.

The "Charmed" actress turned to Instagram after learning of her suspension, sharing

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