Hollywood star Matthew McConaughey wakes up intimately and personally in his recent memory Greenlights.
When the actor shared his shocking arguments about sexual harassment in his early years, he stopped digging too deeply about the injury when he was writing the book.
The True detective The star is now publicly explaining the experience as to why he hesitated. During a show Tamron Hall Show, he said: “Ultimately, I feel constructive about the details.”
“I feel like those details, unless I have a good structured way to be relatively relevant to other people, I thought I could grab those details now and report for virulence,” he said.
“The thing that goes into every show is they ‘read about the details of when Matthew was harassed’ or ‘read about when he was blackmailed’ and it was the wrong title,” he added.
“Am I a victim of those two situations? Sure. But I have continued in my life the unfortunate notion of ‘oh I am a victim’ or ‘oh I am a victim’ or both. Events have turned me into a man who is me or an excuse,” he said.
“Those two incidents happened to me when I was 15 and 18. I would be even more confused if they happened to me when they happened to me. When they happened to me, it was very clear to me that they were wrong, they were not ideal, they were not how they should be,” he said.
“So I have that clarity on why it didn’t stick with me and then confuse me or have an unrealistic view of how the world should work,” he says.
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