McGowan's account was suspended Wednesday amidst a tweetstorm against the "Gigli" actor, who she said was well aware of Weinstein's pervy predilections.
McGowan shared the news of her suspension on Instagram early Thursday morning, posting a screenshot of the message she had received from Twitter alerting her to the suspension and asking her to "delete Tweets that violate our rules".
"We have been in touch with Ms. McGowan's team".
The day of inaction has been called in protest at the "silencing" of female voices on the platform with Gallop leading the charge amidst heightened awareness of disparity between sexes in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment scandal. According to a tweet, Twitter suspended the account because she posted a "private phone number".More news: Kelly: Barring 'change,' he's not quitting or being fired
In a series of tweets to Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos, the Charmed alum, 44, identified her alleged assailant by name for the first time. "We will be clearer about these policies and decisions in the future", the tweeted statement read.
Hackett said that Price started making lewd comments during a cab ride to the party - and continued even after she told him she's a lesbian with a wife and children, the magazine reported. "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. I said I was the proof.
After hours of silence, Twitter has finally issued a response.
McGowan - who reached a $100,000 settlement with Mr. Weinstein in 1997 following an alleged hotel-room incident at the Sundance Film Festival - had been vocal in recent days about the culpability of those in Hollywood she claimed knew about Weinstein's actions but did nothing.