She will also miss her trial which is set for today.
If convicted, the "Charmed" alum could face up to 10 years in prison.
Interestingly, her arrest warrant did not come to light for another nine months and not until after the publication of two damaging reports detailing decades of sexual misconduct by embattled producer Harvey Weinstein, whom McGowan has accused of raping her.
Weinstein had settled a lawsuit with McGowan in 1997 regarding the same.
The actor's lead attorney, Jim Hundley, did not respond to a request for comment.
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