Recently, the Star tabloid reported that the star of the show “Desperate housewife” Teri Hatcher are poor and can’t find housing, because of what she had to live in the van. However, the 53-year-old actress does not agree with such news, and hastened to deny the rumors. She gave an interview in which he said about the situation.
“On the cover of the Star I saw the title that I’m homeless and live in my van. This is an absolute lie. I’m not broke, well invested money and do not live in the van,” said Teri.
The actress explained that the van was photographed outside her house, when she participated in the filming for YouTube. “My lawyer told reporters: “You can’t write that, because she participated in the shooting. Yes, it’s her van, but she has still a lot of homes throughout the country”, – has dispelled rumors Hatcher.
Recall that early star shared with the interviewers about the violence that she experienced in childhood. The truth about causing the injury, when Teri was only seven years old, Hatcher told the international day against violence against women, which was initiated by the UN.
“I was convinced that it was my fault. Because I haven’t talked to anyone and tried to live with this secret on, — said the 49-year-old actress. “Mom felt and saw that her daughter something going on and tried to keep me away from my uncle (he abused little Teri)”. According to the actress in her family no one wanted to know what happened and all prefer to remain silent because they were afraid of universal condemnation.
End of silence, Hatcher decided when due to the sexual harassment of her uncle had committed suicide the other girl. Says Teri, then she felt that it was time to stop the crimes that are committed by Hayes stone with other teenagers. Testimony Hatcher was filed on the charges of stone of pedophilia. Later the man condemned to 14 years imprisonment.
For the first time publicly about the terrible secret of childhood Teri said in 2006 during an interview with Vanity Fair.
In the international day against violence against women, which was initiated by the UN, Hatcher urged women affected by violence to stop remaining silent on the issue. The actress believes that the condemnation of society is the fact that should test every criminal, not the victim.
“I’m one of those women, who throughout his life fought with the voice in my head that blamed me for everything that happened to me. This voice has lowered my self-esteem, deprived me of self-esteem and happiness. It’s time to change the statistics and to speak openly about domestic violence in many families,” said Hatcher during his speech in new York.