In January, Alyssa Milano recorded a heartbreaking message for her daughter Elizabella Dylan in which she spoke about why she spoke about her sexual assault, and nine months later, she shares it with the world.
Milano, who shares 4-year-old Elizabella and 7-year-old son Milo Thomas with her husband David Bugliari, tweeted: "A year ago I recorded this for my daughter, explaining why I shared my sexual assault story, I never expected to release it publicly. I feel it is too important not to share. " Added the hashtag #MeToo.
Milano, 45, began the emotional video, "Dear Elizabella, hello. It's your mom, and I wanted to make you a little video because I'm in my trailer in Atlanta, and I miss you so much, and I just wanted to do this for you. "
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She continued: "Donald Trump is our president, crazy, and more important than that, women everywhere are sharing their stories of sexual harassment and assault, and they are saying phrases like 'Me too' and # & # 39; 39; Time is up & # 39; ". Do not expect you to understand this, obviously right now, because you are a baby. "
Milano recalled in October of 2017, when she first posted on Twitter the #MeToo movement after her friend suggested: "If all the women who have been harassed or sexually assaulted wrote & # 39; I also & # 39; as a state, we could give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem. "
"One night, when I was lying with you, I looked at you and your sweet and beautiful face, and I was very scared," said Milano. "I got scared for you, and I sent a tweet asking women to stand in solidarity, and many people responded, so somehow I wanted to make this video for you because somehow all of this is because of you, because you gave Mom strength. "
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"I wanted to thank you, really, and also let you know that I want you to grow from being a strong girl to a strong woman who knows, really knows what is worth and is valued by her brain and her beautiful and big heart. sweet soul and his talents and not his body, "added Milano.
Milano tearful concluded: "And I want you to know that I am also working very hard, many women are working very hard to make sure that silence is not the norm for your generation and that you never … have to say" Me too & # 39; But if you do, God forbid, if you ever have to say & # 39; I also & # 39;, I want you to know that you will hear it and that you must tell your truth and that mom is always here for you … I love you very much and I will continue fighting. "
In early October, Milano went to the office of Senator Susan Collins to report her sexual abuse when she joined survivors who argued against the appointment of Brett Kavanaugh in the Supreme Court.
"My name is Alyssa." When I was 19, I was at a concert by a very famous pop star who told the crowd to get closer to her, "Milano began when other women repeated their statements. "This resulted in a stampede, people were crushed against each other, I could not breathe, I thought I was going to die."
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"From behind, I felt a hand in my skirt and they hit me repeatedly in the vagina," he said. "I could not turn around." I looked at the stage, looked at the security guards and said, "Please, help me," and they could not help me.