John Stamos Makes a Shocking Revelation in His If You Told Me Memorial (Photo Credit -Instagram)
Memoirs have become a new form of communication and redemption in Hollywood. Britney Spears and her memoir The Woman In Me have already made waves, and the world is gearing up to pick up her book as soon as it goes on sale. But while it’s pop music that’s dominated the headlines with his book, there’s also John Stamos, who’s back with his memoir ‘If You’d Told Me’ next week. Now, what has caught the attention of the world is that Stamos in the book admitted that he survived sexual abuse as a child.
An American actor and singer, John has had many successful roles in his career. The actor’s breakthrough role was in the ABC TV show General Hospital where he played Blackie Parrish. He also has Full House to his credit as well as several movies and TV shows that have brought him international recognition. His memoir will now be released on October 24.
Speaking about his dark childhood, John Stamos revealed that he was molested by his foster carer when he was 10-11 years old. He talks about this topic in his books, and now he talks about how to deal with this pain almost all his life. Read on to find out everything you need to know about it.
According to People, John Stamos said it took him writing a book to realize that what he says the babysitter did was wrong. “I mean, I know, it’s always in the background, and I encourage it a lot [survivors]. I felt like, I remembered a little. It’s always been there, but I picked it up like people do, right? He said.
John Stamos, at the time, chose to remain silent about this incident as he reflected, “I think I said to myself, ‘Oh, it’s girls, man.’” He added, “It was like playing dead like that. they are standing. But it was not completely aggressive,” he recalls. “I don’t know, it wasn’t good.”
She was once awarded an award for advocating for abused children. John Stamos started thinking about his dark past while writing the same acceptance speech. “I started writing, and that’s when it really came out. And then I thought, ‘No, tonight is not about me. It’s for children. I’ll pick it up again until the right time,’” he continues. Otherwise, I’m f—. It’s like, ‘Come on.’
“I didn’t want the headlines to be like that, and I didn’t want the book to end,” explains John Stamos. It was a page or something, but I felt I had to talk about it. It was amazing. It was something that, I think, I was probably like 10 or 11 [when it happened]. I didn’t have to fight those feelings.”
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