"I've been called one of the first to speak out. No. I was the first. I called the New York Times. I blew it wide open, not them," McGowan said in a new interview.
A week after Wu's social media rant about the renewal of her show, McGowan revealed that she had been unhappy to learn "Charmed" would continue.
"The Good Place" star is slamming Georgia’s anti-abortion law — and revealing a personal reason for doing so.
When speaking about her choice to get an abortion, McGowan declared, "I do not regret my decision and it was not made lightly."
On Wednesday, it was revealed that two attorneys who represented the actress — one of the most outspoken Weinstein accusers — have joined Weinstein's legal "dream team" as he fights rape charges.