Bella Thorne Opens Up About Struggling Sexual Abuse As A Child

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Actress Bella Thorne — who got here ahead final month to say she was molested as a baby — wrote in a brand new social media put up that she suffered repeated abuse rising up.

“I used to be sexually abused and bodily rising up from the day I can bear in mind until I used to be 14..once I lastly had the braveness to lock my door at evening and sit by it,” Thorne, 20, wrote Sunday on Instagram. “All rattling evening. Ready for somebody to benefit from my life once more. Again and again I waited for it to cease and eventually it did.

“However a few of us aren’t as fortunate to get out alive,” she continued. “Please at the moment get up for each soul Mistreated. #timesup.”

Her use of the “Time’s Up” hashtag coincided with the quite a few actresses and actors who wore all black to the Golden Globes in a present of solidarity in standing as much as sexual misconduct. Many additionally wore pins supporting the brand new Time’s Up initiative, which was launched final week to combat sexual harassment and assault and provides a voice to these with out a platform to talk up by means of.

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Thorne, who rose to fame as a star on the Disney Channel sequence “Shake It Up” from 2010 to 2013, adopted up her Instagram put up with a tweet sharing an identical message.

“I by no means knew what was proper or flawed rising up..I did not know the individual sneaking into my mattress room at evening was a nasty individual,” she wrote.

Her social media posts come a month after Thorne wrote on Twitter that she was molested as a baby. That tweet was in a response to a different consumer who criticized a photograph the actress shared by writing, “What did Disney do to this woman!?! I believe she was molested.”

Thorne then responded: “Yeah I used to be. So it wasn’t Disney.”

Thorne has not named an alleged abuser in any of her social media posts.

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