World famous singer Lady Gaga spoke about his severe mental condition, which she suffered after she was raped. A candid confession she made during an interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Lady Gaga admitted that she had severe post-traumatic stress disorder, and suffered from them for several years.
Lady Gaga, photos Getty Images
“I was repeatedly raped when I was 19 years old and I’ve had nothing to do with this injury. Traumatized me in various ways during my career year after year, but I survived and continue to move forward. I have PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder. – ed) I Have chronic pain. The fight against neuropathic pain is a weekly part of my life. I am constantly going through treatment. I have a few doctors. That’s why I was able to survive, ” said Lady Gaga.
The artist noted that he suffered from them during the tours even when it has come wide recognition.
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Lady Gaga did not call the name of who she was violated, only admitted that it was a familiar person.
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