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The duo - who are both in the band Rebel And A Basketcase - confirmed their engagement via The Hollywood Reporter in January after they were spotted wearing matching rings at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
17 profile in which the actress said she attempted suicide at age 22 and had been abused.
According to the interviewer, Wood at first simply described the abuse as “physical, psychological, sexual,” but emailed the author the day after the presidential election to elaborate.
“I didn’t have to confirm what happened, what mattered is that [s—] happened. [S—.] That still affects me to this day.” It is unclear whether the timing of Wood’s letter to Rolling Stone and the #Not OK hashtag on Monday’s tweet were intended to refer to the sexual-assault controversies surrounding President-elect Donald Trump.
A call and email to Wood’s publicist Wednesday were not immediately returned.
“This was many many years ago, and I of course know now neither one was my fault and neither one was okay.” Only a small portion of her letter made it into the Rolling Stone article.
In early October, leaked video from 2005 showed Trump talking to “Access Hollywood” host Billy Bush about having his way with women.
Included among Trump’s vulgar comments were that he could kiss and touch women freely because he was “a star.” “Grab them by the p—y,” Trump says in the recording.
Audiences can see if the talented thespian edges out fellow actresses Viola Davis, Elisabeth Moss, Claire Foy, Kerri Russell and Robin Wright for the trophy during the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday, September 17.
In a lengthy and deeply personal note, actress Evan Rachel Wood revealed this week that she has been raped twice in her life and said both assaults continue to affect her years later. It will remind people of the damage that has been done and how the trauma of a few minutes can turn into a lifetime of fighting for yourself.” The 29-year-old actress, who plays Dolores Abernathy in HBO’s “Westworld,” shared the letter on Twitter Monday after Rolling Stone published a Nov.