‘I Told You We’d Come For You’ Rose McGowan Sends Harvey Weinstein Chilling Birthday Message

Women are fed up.

Women are sick of being treated like garbage at work, on the street, and sometimes even in their own homes. From sexual harassment to rape, mistreatment of and violence against women is a global, systemic issue. In fact, the World Health Organization has an entire team of people working to examine violence against women and girls on a global scale.

Rose McGowan has been at the helm of the movement against career sexual criminal Harvey Weinstein who finally got the fall from grace he’s deserved for so long.

In honor of the monster’s birthday, Rose decided to send him a message.

“I told you we’d be coming,” she said in the chilling video. “I told you 20 years ago if I heard of you doing this to anther girl or a woman, we would come for you. I would come for you.”

Watch the video below to hear her message and learn more about the legal aspect of the case against Harvey Weinstein.

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VIDEO Rose McGowan shares menacing birthday message for Weinstein: 'I told you I would come for you'

Rose McGowan had a menacing birthday message for Harvey Weinstein.

In a disturbing video posted on Twitter just hours after Weinstein turned 66 on Monday, McGowan wished the disgraced Hollywood exec a happy birthday and said, “I told you we’d be coming.”

“I told you 20 years ago, if I heard of you doing this to another girl or woman, we would come for you, I would come for you,” she said.

“Happy f--king birthday,” McGowan added, before she winked into the camera, nodded and tilted her head down.

The video clip ends with McGowan whispering, “We win,” before winking a second time.

The actor, who accused Weinstein of raping her during the Sundance Film Festival in 1997, said she received a $100,000 settlement.

But that agreement never included a confidentiality clause, and Weinstein’s lawyers later offered a $1 million nondisclosure agreement in October — which she refused, according to the NY Times.

McGowan has become an outspoken critic of Weinstein, who issued a rare statement calling the allegations she detailed in her new book a “bold lie.”

On Monday, The Weinstein Co. announced it filed for voluntary bankruptcy and struck a deal to sell its assets to Lantern Capital Partners.

It also announced victims of alleged sexual misconduct would be released from their nondisclosure agreements.

“The Company expressly releases any confidentiality provision to the extent it has prevented individuals who suffered or witnessed any form of sexual misconduct by Harvey Weinstein from telling their stories,” the statement read.

More than 100 women have accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct.