Rose McGowan Hurls F-Bombs at Harvey Weinstein After He Calls Her Accusations a ‘Bold Lie’

“Go fall off the planet you f—,” actress and activist tweets

Rose McGowan took to Twitter to hurl profanity-laden insults at former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, after he called her accusations against him a “bold lie.”

“F— you you f—ing douche bag loser from hell,”McGowan tweeted Tuesday night. “You will burn. You will be an empty suit coffin. You go fall off the planet you f—.”

On Tuesday, after months of silence, Weinstein released a statement through his attorney, Ben Brafman, denying the accusations of sexual assault made against him by McGowan.

“As a general matter, Harvey Weinstein and his attorneys have refrained from publicly criticizing any of the women who have made allegations of sexual assault against Mr. Weinstein despite a wealth of evidence that would demonstrate the patent falsity of these claims,” the statement reads

“Watching the ‘performance’ by Rose McGowan as she looks to promote her new book however, has made it impossible to remain quiet as she tries to smear Mr. Weinstein with a bold lie that is denied not only by Mr. Weinstein himself, but by at least two witnesses, including Ms. McGowan’s own Manager at the time who Ms. McGowan claims to have confided in the day after the alleged assault and an A-list actor Ben Affleck who Ms. McGowan claims to have also told about her encounter with Mr. Weinstein shortly after the incident she now describes as “rape”, but which in 1997 she described to her Manager as a ‘consensual’ act of sex.”

McGowan said she was sexually assaulted by the disgraced mogul in his hotel room in Park City, Utah, during 1997’s Sundance Film Festival. Earlier Tuesday, she appeared on “Good Morning America” to promote her new book “Brave,” during which time she described how she says she felt during the encounter.

In October, McGowan wrote that Weinstein raped her on Twitter after she was named in an explosive New York Times story along with other women who alleged the movie mogul committed sexual assault. The New York Times later reported that Weinstein paid Gowan a $100,000 settlement to keep quiet about the 1997 allegations. Weinstein has denied all allegations of criminal wrongdoing.

A spokesperson for Weinstein has not yet responded to TheWrap’s request for comment.

See McGowan’s tweet below.