Hollywood actress Charlize Theron shared memories of the worst night in her life when her mother shot her father. The celebrity described the incident in an interview with National Public Radio.
“My father was an alcoholic all my life – I didn’t know it. It was a hopeless situation from which our family could not get out. Every day is unpredictable when you live with an alcoholic, and that feeling stays with you for life, and not only because of that fateful night. I think that our family was not very healthy”, said Charlize.
On that fateful night, according to Theron, her father was so drunk he “couldn’t go when he went into the house with a gun.”
“My mother was in my bedroom when it happened. We leaned against the door, because he tried to beat her. Then he took a step back and fired three shots at the door. None of those bullets did not hit us, and it’s a miracle. But my mom decided to prevent trouble,” said the actress.
Charlize Theron with her mom
While Charlize noted that the violence that she had to endure in her family, she shared with many people and is not ashamed to talk about it.
“I’m not ashamed to talk about it, because I think that the more we talk about these things, the more we realize that we are not alone. For me it was always a story about what it means to grow up and live with a person suffering from addiction, and what consequences this can have”, she concluded.
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