“And the second time, I thought it was my fault and that I should have fought back more, but I was scared,” Wood wrote.
“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.
The video also activated a large and vocal group of critics online: victims of sexual assault.
Within a day of the video’s release, thousands of people began sharing their personal stories of being sexually assaulted, many using the hashtag #Not Okay.
Evan Rachel Wood confirmed to her Twitter followers on Friday that Mickey Rourke was not the significant other who allegedly sexually assaulted her in 2016.
It should be talked about because it’s swept under the rug as nothing and I will not accept this as ‘normal.’ It’s a serious problem.” Later in the letter, she said she would answer the reporter’s question “bluntly.” [‘You took away my worth’: A sexual assault victim’s powerful message to her Stanford attacker] “Yes. “By a significant other while we were together, and on a separate occasion, by the owner of a bar.” The first time, she added, she was not sure if rape by a dating partner “was still in fact rape, until too late” and wondered whether anyone would believe her."I think I was taken advantage of because someone knew there was something about me that they could exploit." Wood claimed that giving birth to her son in 2013 was the ultimate game-changer for her, though, and it got her "out of her own s--t." "I just couldn't be what I was not," Evan said. I think that's how I make peace with it." Check out more celeb couples with big age differences in the gallery above! Only four episodes of the show have been released, but it’s continuing to rake in more views with each airing, meaning there’s no saying how big the series could get. The two met as costars on set of the music video for Green Day’s “Wake Me Up When September Ends.” Approximately one year later, in 2006, the couple split.“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."It was always talked about like a phase or something stupid, or something you were doing for attention," says Wood."You know, bisexuality is worthy of eye rolls." "And I didn't realize how damaging that was until I tried to have healthy relationships as an adult and realized that there was still all this shame and conditioning and stigma around my sexuality that was really affecting the way I related to people," she continued. But when you're using them to create something else, it almost gives them a purpose and feels like none of it was in vain.Wood had apparently referred to Hilton in the Rolling Stone article, when she told the reporter: “People would call me a whore when I walked down the street, and you can’t not be hurt by that.” On Tuesday, Hilton apologized to Wood in a tweet, writing: “I’m definitely thankful for growth and definitely sorry for all the hurt my past immaturity caused others.” “I really do respect the new path you’ve chosen. In a brand-new interview with Rolling Stone, Evan Rachel Wood reveals all .about her four-year relationship with Marilyn Manson, who was 17 years her senior at the time!Wood wrote she had been reluctant to share her experiences because she feared she would be accused of doing it for attention or be told it wasn’t a big deal.“I think, like a lot of women, I had the urge to not make it a sob story, to not make it about me,” she wrote.