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Rose McGowan at Paris Fashion Week earlier this month.
Rose McGowan at Paris Fashion Week earlier this month. (Francois Durand / Getty Images)

A judge on Monday rejected Rose McGowan’s request to dismiss a felony drug charge against her, which means the cocaine possession case will move forward. 

The court found insufficient evidence to support the actress’ claim that cocaine was planted in her lost wallet by operatives of Harvey Weinstein who were trying to silence her rape allegations against the former studio head, the Blast reported.

McGowan, who has pleaded not guilty, said she misplaced the wallet on a red-eye flight that arrived at Dulles International Airport in early 2017. She was on her way to the Jan. 21 Women’s March on Washington.

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(Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times)

Look at circus families, go right down the line, the Fratellini Brothers, the Flying Wallendas, whatever. That's what I was born into. That's what I do. That's why I love it so much. It's in my blood. I could never do anything else any more than any of them could've left the circus.

FROM THE ARCHIVES: She's Still Chasing Rainbows

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(Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times)

Look at circus families, go right down the line, the Fratellini Brothers, the Flying Wallendas, whatever. That's what I was born into. That's what I do. That's why I love it so much. It's in my blood. I could never do anything else any more than any of them could've left the circus.

FROM THE ARCHIVES: She's Still Chasing Rainbows

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The Church of Scientology announced on Twitter that it will launch a TV network Monday night.

The church on Sunday announced plans to premiere the Scientology Network with content on DirectTV, Scientology.tv, Apple TV, Roku, FireTV, iTunes and Google Play.

The Twitter page offers the first glimpse of what’s to come, including a website that is not yet up and running:

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The Church of Scientology announced on Twitter that it will launch a TV network Monday night.

The church on Sunday announced plans to premiere the Scientology Network with content on DirectTV, Scientology.tv, Apple TV, Roku, FireTV, iTunes and Google Play.

The Twitter page offers the first glimpse of what’s to come, including a website that is not yet up and running:

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(Damon Winter / Los Angeles Times)

My proudest thing in my career is that I was able to change it three times. And I'm happy about that. I couldn't have done the same thing my whole life, I would've gone nuts.

"Stranger Things" creators Ross Duffer and Matt Duffer in February.
"Stranger Things" creators Ross Duffer and Matt Duffer in February. (Robyn Beck / AFP/Getty Images)

An investigation by Netflix found no evidence of wrongdoing on the set of “Stranger Things” after a crew member alleged on social media that “two men in high positions of power” — presumably the show’s creators, the Duffer brothers — sought out and verbally abused female staff members.

“We looked into the concern that was raised when we heard of the allegation on Thursday,” a Netflix spokesperson said in an emailed statement on Saturday, “and found no wrongdoing.”

The allegations, which were posted to Instagram by Peyton Brown, who has worked as a grip on the show, presumably referred to Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer. The accusations were first reported by Deadline.

"Stranger Things" creators Ross Duffer and Matt Duffer in February.
"Stranger Things" creators Ross Duffer and Matt Duffer in February. (Robyn Beck / AFP/Getty Images)

An investigation by Netflix found no evidence of wrongdoing on the set of “Stranger Things” after a crew member alleged on social media that “two men in high positions of power” — presumably the show’s creators, the Duffer brothers — sought out and verbally abused female staff members.

“We looked into the concern that was raised when we heard of the allegation on Thursday,” a Netflix spokesperson said in an emailed statement on Saturday, “and found no wrongdoing.”

The allegations, which were posted to Instagram by Peyton Brown, who has worked as a grip on the show, presumably referred to Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer. The accusations were first reported by Deadline.

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Tracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson star in ABC's "black-ish."
Tracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson star in ABC's "black-ish." (Nicole Wilder / ABC)

An episode of  ABC’s “black-ish” was yanked from this season’s lineup after the show’s creator, Kenya Barris, and  the network were unable to come to an agreement over how the episode handled certain social issues.

“Given our creative differences, neither ABC nor I were happy with the direction of the episode and mutually agreed not to air it,” Barris said in a statement.

An ABC representative echoed that sentiment: “One of the things that has always made ‘black-ish’ so special is how it deftly examines delicate social issues in a way that simultaneously entertains and educates. However, on this episode, there were creative differences we were unable to resolve.”

Tracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson star in ABC's "black-ish."
Tracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson star in ABC's "black-ish." (Nicole Wilder / ABC)

An episode of  ABC’s “black-ish” was yanked from this season’s lineup after the show’s creator, Kenya Barris, and  the network were unable to come to an agreement over how the episode handled certain social issues.

“Given our creative differences, neither ABC nor I were happy with the direction of the episode and mutually agreed not to air it,” Barris said in a statement.

An ABC representative echoed that sentiment: “One of the things that has always made ‘black-ish’ so special is how it deftly examines delicate social issues in a way that simultaneously entertains and educates. However, on this episode, there were creative differences we were unable to resolve.”