Hollywood bombshell Charlize Theron covers next month’s issue of WSJ Magazine, Charlize who recently broke up with Sean Penn finally breaks her silence about the relationship she says..
“There is this need to sensationalize things, when you leave a relationship there has to be some f—ing crazy story or some crazy drama. And the f—ing ghosting thing, like literally I still don’t even know what it is. It’s just its own beast. We were in a relationship and then it didn’t work anymore. And we both decided to separate. That’s it.”
The actor who grew up in during the apartheid era in South Africa made some shocking revelations, Theron stated…
“I have a lot of things I should probably sort out in therapy about my relationship with my country. Because it’s affected me way more than I’ve ever acknowledged. And it was only when I got older that I started realizing that I had a lot of anger; there was a lot of unresolved stuff—apartheid, health care, AIDS, poverty—that still very much affects me.”
“It makes you realize that the circumstances of your formative years, it leaves a real scar—it marks you. It’s the one thing that gets me really angry, really emotional. It’s a lot of f—ing suffering, and unnecessary suffering.”
Read the full interview on wsj.com
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