Like lots of females in Hollywood, Courtney Stodden has a #MeToo story to share.
On Monday, the blonde truth TELEVISION veterinarian came by The Tomorrow Show with Keven Undergaro, where she opened about the abuse she’s endured and her existing divorce to spouse Doug Hutchison Not just that, however Courtney likewise provided a cautioning to any 16 years of age who are thinking about getting married.
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Looks like Courtney is an open book nowadays– which most likely has something to do with that, she’s presently penning a narrative. Let’s dive into Stodden’s poignant admissions (listed below) …
While going over the innovative females’s rights motion, host Undergaro asked Courtney if she dealt with “any me too experiences in [her] young career?” The 23- year-old fearlessly reacted:
“Yes. I–I haven’t talked about it yet but, yeah.”
When pushed for a couple of more information, the blonde stunner shared that the attack she endured was connected to both “power and sex.” On why she’s now speaking up, Courtney described:
“Well, I am coming out with a book. I am working on a book right now as well. So you know, I–I may considers lawsuits or not but ya, that’s all I can say right now.”
Sadly, Stodden has actually experienced sexual attack on more than one event, and didn’t recognize she was abused till she started checking out various #MeToo accounts. She continued:
“When the first incident happened, I, you know, didn’t tell him [Doug Hutchison]. It was actually during the first time we separated. Um, you know, it actually happened to me two times when we were separated. And um, you know, I didn’t tell him, you know it happened. You know? And at that age, ya know, I was only 19, you know, when my first experience happened. And, um, I didn’t really think it was wrong, which is the crazy part. You know, um, I felt like, ok, well ‘that’s what, that’s how sex is.’ You know, I only had sex with one man before that; that was, you know, Doug. So gentle, not to get explicit. But, you know, I was like, ok, maybe that’s just rough was of, you know, going on a date and there ya go, ya know? I really didn’t realize it was, you know, sexual abuse, um, until, you know, I started hearing these women talking…it wasn’t until Me Too started that I was like, ‘wow maybe that wasn’t ok’ you know?”
Poor thing. And for those critics who have something to state about Courtney’s sexualized personality, Stodden wishes to advise you that she’s doing an act. Courtney has actually chosen to drop her Anna Nicole Smith/ Marilyn Monroe motivated identity:
“I put on this act, of like, you know, this like, ‘Anna Nicole, and I married this old man…I’ve grown so much now… .At 23, I decided I’m not gonna play this anymore. You know? I’m gonna go and be myself, because I don’t want to end up like that…I hid under that and I feel like maybe these women did as well, because you’re insecure, you know, you don’t know how to deal with all this attention, and, but then you’re addicted to the attention because you lack the love in your life that you wish you had.”
Makes sense to us. Still, it appears that Stodden had real love for Doug, as she thinks they ‘d likely still be together if they weren’t in the public eye. Weding at such a young age greatly affected both Hutchison and Stodden’s lives.
Per Courtney, their marital relationship left them nearly “destitute” at one point. Hence, the animal rights activist fears her separated love blames his dead profession on her. Unfortunate.
Unsurprisingly, when asked exactly what she ‘d state to a 16- year-old who was thinking about marital relationship, she alerted:
“Don’t do it. I would say don’t do it.”
Oof. For Courtney’s whole Tomorrow Show go to, make certain to ch-ch-check out the video (listed below).
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