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Rose McGowan says she will plead not guilty on felony drugs charges; adds it 'could be planted'

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Rose McGowan says she will plead not guilty on felony drugs charges; adds it 'could be planted'Rose McGowan's arrest came after an airport employee on 20 January found the actress' wallet with two bags of white powder, which was later tested positive for cocaine.
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Rose McGowan will plead "not guilty" in her felony drug possession case after she handed herself in to police this week.

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