Rose McGowan becomes a permanent resident of Mexico

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Rose McGowan is now living in Tulum after officially become a permanent resident of Mexico. Photo: YouTube / The Dab Roast

Actress Rose McGowan is possibly the Yucatán Peninsula’s most famous new foreign resident.

McGowan is living in Tulum, and loving it, according to the New York Post and the Daily Mail.

“I just got my permanent residency card from Mexico, and I’m so grateful to have it. This is a really healing land here and it is truly magical,” she said between hits on “The Dab Roast,” a cannabis-centered celebrity interview platform.

McGowan became known to television audiences for her role on “Charmed,” and later in Quentin Tarantino’s double-feature film Grindhouse.

In 2017, Time recognized McGowan as one of the “Silence Breakers” — the collective person of the year – for being among the first to accuse Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault, helping to propel the #metoo movement.

Outspoken on many issues, the 47-year-old celebrity has blasted the gay community for not supporting women’s rights and allegedly leveled criticism at transgender star Caitlyn Jenner for being named Glamour’s Woman of the Year.

McGowan further expressed herself in the 2018 memoir “Brave” and a four-part documentary series, “Citizen Rose,” which was broadcast on the E! network that same year.

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