Rose McGowan is facing arrest for possession of a controlled substance.
An arrest warrant has been issued for the actress following an investigation into belongings left on a United Airlines flight from LA to Washington Dulles airport in January.
The belongings reportedly belonged to Rose McGowan and had traces of a controlled substance.
Washington police obtained the warrant on February 1, spokesman Rob Yingling said.
The authorities say they have been trying to contact Rose McGowan so she can appear in court in Virginia.
Rose McGowan, 44, is among the most prominent accusers of Harvey Weinstein, the Hollywood mogul facing multiple allegations of assault and harassment.
Writing on Twitter on October 30, Rose McGowan hit out at the arrest warrant, asking: “Are they trying to silence me?”
Rose McGowan has accused Harvey Weinstein of raping her at the Sundance Film Festival in 1997. She received a $100,000 settlement after the incident, according to a New York Times report.
Through a spokesperson, Harvey Weinstein has denied any non-consensual contacts.
According to the New York Times, someone approached Rose McGowan’s lawyer in September to offer $1 million in exchange for her signature on a nondisclosure agreement regarding Harvey Weinstein’s conduct.
Rose McGowan told the Times she countered with a request for $6 million, but withdrew the counter-offer when the newspaper published allegations against Harvey Weinstein from several women.