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Jessica Simpson talks frankly about sexual abuse

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Jessica Simpson, the woman who ever wondered out loud in reality soap ‘Newlyweds’ if tuna is ‘a kind of chicken’, comes up with her own autobiography. That is why the 39-year-old singer makes a revelation every now and again about what is in it.

“I knew it was not right”

In her memoir – appropriately entitled Open Book – Jessica talks about sexual abuse in her childhood and her ensuing addiction, her complicated relationship with singer John Mayer and the love letters she sent to Johnny Knoxville. Yes, Jackass’s, with whom Jess also played in The Dukes of Hazzard cinema. Jessica was still married to Nick Lachey at that time and Johnny was still with his ex. It started with some flirting on the set, but eventually the two extended love letters wrote to each other.

Sexual abuse
Jessica’s book will not be released until February 4, but she is once again sharing something new that can be read in it. In an interview with Today, she talks more extensively about the sexual abuse she experienced as a child. When she was six years old, she became the victim of another young girl. That girl was a friend of the family. “At the time, I didn’t know what was going on. I knew something was wrong. I knew it wasn’t right.”

The girl was very dear to Jessica, which is why she found it difficult to tell her parents what had happened. In addition, Jessica’s father was a priest. “I have always been taught that you must remain a virgin until marriage, so I didn’t want to report sexual abuse because I didn’t want to hurt anyone.” Finally she told her parents and they made sure that their daughter would never stay with the girl again.

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