Gaga refused to name producer, stating she didn’t want to see individual again

Lady Gaga got pregnant at 19 after being chased by a music producer and endured a”complete psychotic break” because of the injury, she said at a brand new interview.

And I left, and they told me they were going to burn all of my music. And they did not stop. They did not quit asking me, and I just froze and I — I don’t even recall.”

The singer refused to name the producer, explaining she does not”ever want to face this person .”

Lady Gaga has opened about taking antipsychotic medicine because she fights with”psychological issues” as a consequence of the sexual assault.

She said the painful memories have been triggered during a hospital visit with a psychiatrist.

“And then I had been ill for weeks and weeks and weeks and weeks after, and I realized that it was the exact same pain that I felt when the man who raped me dropped me off pregnant to a corner”

“In my parents’ house because I had been vomiting and ill,” she added. “Because I had been being abused. I was locked away in a studio .”

She revealed in 2019, even though her career was flourishing with her Oscar triumph for”A Star Is Born,” she was going through a”complete psychotic break.”

“For a couple years, I was not the same woman,” she said. “The way that I feel when I feel pain was how I felt after I had been raped. I have had so many MRIs and scans in which they do not find nothing. However, your body remembers.”

Gaga had kept quiet regarding the sexual attack for seven years, first showing it in a 2014 interview.

“I didn’t understand how to even consider it, I did not understand how to take it, I did not know how to never blame myself think it had been my fault,” she explained. “It was something that really changed my entire life. It changed who I was completely.

“It changed my entire body, it shifted notions,” she added.

She initially blamed the attack on herself, she explained.

“After it happened, I am like,’But what did I do in my own life to bring this upon myself?'” she revealed. “There was some type of possibly religious guilt attached to it that I’d inspired the violence”

“Because of the way I dress, and how I’m recognized as a individual, I thought that I had brought it in some way — that it had been my fault,” the superstar said.

The new docuseries features celebrities, such as Prince Harry, discussing their mental health struggles.

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