Ashley Judd Abuse

April 7, 2011 by Post Team 

Ashley Judd Abuse, Ashley Judd told the women on “The View” today about the shame she experienced after being sexually assaulted by several men in her life, including a family member.
“Sexual assault is common in this country – every two seconds,” said the actress, the daughter of country singer Naomi Judd and sister of country singer Wynonna Judd.

“I know the shame,” she said. “We keep to ourselves in something secret and we all have the courage to undo. This is one of the things I learned in recovery. ”

She said that the media were responsible for stereotypes about victims of sexual abuse and “women ashamed,” referring to a recent case in Texas. “There is nothing like the consent of a child she says.

“The authors are shameless,” said Judd, whose memoirs, “All That is bitter and sweet,” reveals that she was the victim of incest and abuse. In the book, she also writes of growing up in a dysfunctional family and its history of depression. She drew back from Hollywood in 2004 to face her demons.

Judd said her mother had read excerpts of her book and her father had been “supportive” to help reconstruct her biography of the family.

She said she had never told her mother about the abuse.

“Everything happened to me as a child I’ve never talked,” she said, referring to the man who had assaulted him.

Its survival strategies have been focusing on her academic work. But in adulthood, those it has failed “said Judd.

Today, she said she has a new attitude and not blame her family.

“If I leave, I could get a resentment strong enough will,” she said. “By the grace of God, things are working better today.”

Judd made the audience laugh when asked if she could sing. “I can sing,” she said. “But other things I do damn well.”

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