Rose Mcgowan looks to raise $1.9m from house sale to fight Weinstein
Actor Rose Mcgowan had shared her plan to sell her Los Angeles residence to finance her legal fight against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, whom she has publicly accused of raping her. Now, her contemporary residence in Hollywood Hills has popped up for sale at $1.9 million (about ₹12.35 crore).
The star, who will release her “pull no punches” memoir, Brave, concurrently with the start of the documentary series, Citizen Rose, which tracks her efforts to combat sexual harassment and violence, purchased the 1960s hillside residence in late 2011 for $1.39 million, reports variety.com. The actor has been buying and selling property — she had earlier sold two of her properties, a 1920s villa in the Los Feliz area of Los Angeles, sold at a loss for $1.78 million; and a cottage in Hollywood Heights, sold for $1.24 million.
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