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    Jill Messick Reportedly Commits Suicide, Family Blames Harvey Weinstein and Rose McGowan

    Updated On 08 Feb, 2018 Published On

    50-year-old Hollywood producer Jill Messick apparently took her life on Wednesday fighting depression, according to her family. Her family has blamed Harvey Weinstein and Rose McGowan for her suicide. According to them, Messick had become “collateral damage” in the movement aimed at revealing the monstrous side of powerful men, including Harvey Weinstein. 

    Rose McGowan and Harvey Weinstein

    Rose McGowan and Harvey Weinstein

    Source: Associated Press

    They wrote in their statement,

     “‘The Movement’ just lost one of its own.”

    Messick was working as Rose McGowan’s manager at the time when the actress said that she was raped by Weinstein. She was involved as an executive producer in movies like Mean Girls, Baby Mama, She’s All That and Hot Rod.

    Hollywood studio executive and producer Jill Messick has died in a case of an apparent suicide

    Hollywood studio executive and producer Jill Messick has died in a case of an apparent suicide

    Source: Deadline

    Early 2018 saw Weinstein’s lawyers make public a number of emails that, according to them, was proof that McGowan’s accusations were just a “performance.”

    Read the full statement released by Jill Messick’s family.