Rose McGowan indicted on cocaine charge

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A Loudon County, Virginia grand jury has indicted McGowan and a date for her trial will be set Tuesday, according to WTOP 103.5 in Washington, D.C.

Rose McGowan has been indicted on one felony count of cocaine possession in Loudoun County, Virginia, Us Weekly confirms.

Rose McGowan accidentally left her wallet on a United Airlines flight at Washington Dulles Airport a year ago.

Rose has pleaded not guilty to the case, and states that she was without the wallet for five hours before she retrieved it.

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McGowan has maintained the cocaine is not hers, suggesting in court papers that the drugs were planted at the behest of movie producer Harvey Weinstein.

According to a report published by The New Yorker's Ronan Farrow in November, police said a worker cleaning the plane found McGowan's wallet, and in it were two small bags of powder that later tested positive as cocaine.

McGowan tweeted about incident, asking, "Are they trying to silence me?"

In a statement, her attorney, Jose Baez, told the celebrity news site, "Rose steadfastly maintains her innocence". Weinstein has denied all accusations.

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Her attorney, Jim Hundley, did not comment on the indictment on Monday.

After McGowan's wallet went missing but before the charges against her were made public, someone sent McGowan a direct message on Instagram that said: "You left your wallet on your Saturday flight with your 2 bags of coke", the Associated Press reported.

Weinstein pleaded not guilty to the sexual assault charges.

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