Jessica Simpson first talked about the sexual abuse she experienced as a child, in the hands of a family friend, in her memoirs Open Book, published earlier this year.
And the 40-year-old star revealed even more about her experience in Katherine Schwarzenegger’s series “The Gift of Forgiveness”, which appeared on Wednesday.
In the episode, Simpson talked about how she faced her abuser eight years ago and offered forgiveness.
Forgiveness: In a Katherine Schwarzenegger podcast on Wednesday, Jessica Simpson recounted how she confronted her abuser eight years ago and offered forgiveness decades after sexual assault (photo seen in February 2020).
She remembered about the meeting, saying, “I just want you to know I’m forgiving you, and it doesn’t matter to me that I’m around you again, but I want you to know that I know what happened between us and I‘ I won’t live denying this ‘.
She also expressed condolences for the abuse the abuser suffered from an older boy.
“I went to her and just said, ” You know, you know what’s going on, and I know you’ve been raped, ‘because she was abused by an older guy,” Simpson explained.
Adding an older boy: “He was also always at home too, so he never touched me, but he raped her, she would come to me and do business for me, so I, as in many cases, felt hurt her and I allowed her to abuse. “
No denial: She said about the incident, saying, “I just want you to know that I’m forgiving you and it doesn’t matter to me at all that I’m around you again, but I want you to know that I know what happened. between us and I do not regret this denial ”(photo shown in February 2020)
She even suggested the woman recover and be forgiven for their mutual experiences.
“I told her for a moment, ‘I know you have a lot to do,'” she said.
It adds: “And I told her that she should probably talk to someone and find a way to understand those moments, forgive and heal from those moments.”
In February, on the Coach Mike Podcast website, she made her life public from sobriety and a powerful reason that led her to expose her painful past sexual abuse.
In an exclusive DailyMail.com clip, Jessica explained that it was her role as a parent that helped her talk about violence and write about it in a book.
Reality: In February, on the Coach Mike Podcast website, she publicized her life from sobriety and the powerful reason that led her to reveal her painful sexual abuse in a new memoir, the Open Book.
“When I started at about five or six,” Simpson told coach Mike.
“I really wanted to talk about it as a parent because it’s very important to know that some of the people closest to you in your life need to be on call,” she continued.
The former pop star is the mother of daughters Maxwell, seven, and Birdie, 10 months, and son Ace, six, with her husband Eric Johnson.
Original writing: “(It happened) when I shared a bed with a family friend’s daughter,” Jessica wrote. “It would start with tickling my back and then going into inconvenient things” (photo pictured in February 2020).
In an Open Book magazine, the star revealed that at the age of six, a family friend sexually abused her as a child and kept it a secret from her parents until she was 12 years old.
“(It happened) when I shared a bed with a family friend’s daughter,” Jessica wrote. “It would start with me tickling my back, and then I’ll take on things that were inconveniently awkward.”
Family: The former pop star is the mother of daughters Maxwell, seven, and Birdie, 15 months old, and son Ace, six with her husband Eric Johnson.
Six years after the violence began, she told her parents, Tina and Joe Simpson. The mother of three remembers being in a car with her parents on a trip when she told them what had happened to her.
She remembers how Mom crawled on Dad’s hand and says, “I told you something happened.”
“Dad kept watching the road and didn’t say anything,” she said. “We never lived in my parents’ friend’s house again, but we also didn’t talk about what I said.”