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Because I was ashamed that I let it happen to me, I tried to pretend it didn’t.
And then, on March 4, 2003, I was an invited guest on Larry King Live after a self-imposed seven-year hiatus from the spotlight in America.
“I really don’t wish to talk about it, Larry, because it’s negative energy, and I don’t like it,” I said. “I promised I wouldn’t speak about this because it brings such negativity that I don’t wish to go through again,” I said.
While that negative energy line had worked on everyone else, it didn’t work for Mr.
He did so to make me the strong person I am today, so that I could help other women to escape their abusers and also have the chance to start their lives over. I thought I could just wake up one morning and say, “Today is the first day of the rest of my life.
As is very common with abusers, he also isolated me from anyone I loved, who might have come to my aid or inspired me to rebel against him.
I am thankful that, this time around, I have the freedom to write what I want, the way I want.
It truly is the most wonderful feeling to finally be free from the misery of my prior life.
But this time, the recent contestant on Donald Trump’s “Celebrity Apprentice”, doesn’t reveal painful accusations about her family, she’s turning the mirror on herself, unveiling a life of abuse and shame at the hands of former manager, and ex-husband Jack Gordon.
r, re-released by Simon & Schuster’s Gallery Books and Ja-Tail Publishing Company, details in depth and personal accounts on how a once naive and sheltered child star managed to escape a world of torment, isolation, and trauma. COM, La Toya remembers her journey from hell and back, “I was embarrassed letting people know that I was treated this way—embarrassed to let people know that I was locked in closets and doors were closed on me, and just the beatings I endured.” But now this Jackson daughter is starting over.
By the end of his first year of management, I was so insecure and traumatized that I couldn’t even look at myself in the mirror.