SHARON Stone is opening up!
Speaking to America’s Life & Style magazine, the former A-lister admits she has faced death threats, bullying and mocking.
“When I started doing charity work, people thought I was only doing it for press–they called me the new Zsa Zsa Gabor. The adversity was awful. My life was threatened–someone wanted to kill me,” she said.
“It was serious. I know what it’s like to be bullied, but charity work is meaningful to me, so I didn’t give up.
“It was a hard time in my life. I had to be careful. People wanted to hurt me.
“I see the money I’ve raised be put to good use.
“I’ve been given a gift, and it’s created so much good. It’s a great feeling and I’m happy to share [that gift].”
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Posted By: ShabbyJ |
6/18/13 2:20 PM
Some people can even try find a negative in charity, keep doing what makes you happy and ignore those loud FEW
Posted By: heidicatherine |
6/20/13 10:08 AM
It's so sad when people take the focus from the charity to the person who is helping. Why should they assume that famous people are only doing it for self-promotion?!.
If you DIDN'T do anything for charity, they would accuse you of selfishness.
They are demented. You are fantastic for sticking to what you know is a worthwhile cause, and not backing down to peer pressure. I've experienced peer pressure, and it will either make or break a person.
YOU'VE MADE IT LADY!!!!!!!!