"Twitter is proud to empower and support the voices on our platform, especially those that speak truth to power", the spokeswoman said. "We stand with the courageous women and men who use Twitter to share their stories, and will work hard every day to improve our processes to protect those voices", Twitter tweeted.
The New York Times earlier reported that McGowan was among the numerous women sexually harassed by Weinstein, who paid McGowan a financial settlement in 1997.
Weinstein, who was sacked Sunday from The Weinstein Company production house over allegations of sexual harassment and assault dating back decades, has denied sexually assaulting anyone. We have contacted the actress and will update this story if she or her team responds.
When the interview was finished, Masse said, Weinstein hugged her tight and said, "I love you".
NY detectives already investigated Weinstein once, in 2015, when an Italian model said the studio executive grabbed her breasts and groped her. Detectives set up a sting where they recorded a conversation between the woman and Weinstein while he tried to persuade her to come into his hotel room.
After McGowan turned to Instagram, it seemed to many that Twitter was silencing voices against oppression or, at best, again enforcing its anti-harassment policies inconsistently.
Sessions Gives Sanctuary Cities a Final Warning
Milwaukee County and the State of CT , which did not receive letters in the initial review, were also found to be compliant. The Kenney administration received the letter Thursday and is still reviewing it, spokeswoman Lauren Hitt said.
From warm to cool and back again
Thursday night will be the coolest night of the week thanks to the combination of clear skies, light winds, and dry air. A cold front will swing through on Monday giving us the chance for showers, and temperatures will be in the mid-70s.
Yankees push Sonny Gray way back in ALCS starters reveal
Rounding out the Yankees rotation are Masahiro Tanaka (13-12, 4.74 ERA), Luis Severino (14-6, 2.98) and CC Sabathia (14-5, 3.69). The Astros and Yankees ranked first and second in runs scored (896, 858) and home runs (238, 241) during the regular season.