Brooke Shields Tears Up as she Asks Why her Mom let her Star in Intimate Scenes Aged 11


Brooke Shields, an American actress and model, has revealed in a new documentary about her life as a child actress that her mother allowed her to star in intimate scenes as a child.

Shockingly, Shields was highly s*xualized at a young age in the controversial film “Pretty Baby” and “Blue Lagoon.”

Shields was just 11 years old when she played Violet, an abused child forced into pr*stitution in the 1978 film “Pretty Baby.”

Looking back at her early career, the now-mom of two is horrified about what she was exposed to as a child.

She admitted that it felt normal at the time but questioned why her mother thought it was all right. Shields said, “I don’t know why she thought it was all right. I don’t know.”

The documentary, called “Brooke Shields: Pretty Baby,” focuses on Shields’ portrayal of a child pr*stitute at such a young age.

According to the synopsis, it is about Shields as she “becomes a woman who discovers her power after being a s*xualized young girl.” It will also look at the actress’s complicated relationship with her mother Teri, who allowed her to star in these films and pose for Playboy at 14.

Shields revealed that her co-star Keith Carradine tried to assure her that the adult scene was all “make-believe,” even though Shields had to kiss the then-27-year-old.

Shields tearfully asked, “Why did I have to do that?”

Shields even admitted that she was “amazed” that she “survived any of it,” but then stated that she ultimately went on to “find her voice.”

The documentary also includes Shields’ daughter Rowan reacting angrily after hearing about the shocking scenes, telling her mother that it was “child p**nography.” Shields, who tears up, replies with a “No.”

Shields also spoke on her iHeartRadio podcast, Now What?, and said that the filmmakers had tried to force her into an off-screen relationship with her then-18-year-old co-star, Christopher Atkins.

She added, “They wanted us so desperately to fall in love with each other. I did not react well being forced into feeling anything. I hadn’t even kissed anybody by that age.”

Shields is not the only actor who has spoken out about their experiences as a child actor.

The late Corey Haim spoke about how he was s*xually abused by an older actor when he was just 13 years old.

Shields’ revelations once again highlight the importance of protecting children in the entertainment industry and ensuring that they are not exposed to s*xual content at a young age.

In conclusion, Shields’ revelations about her experiences as a child actress are disturbing and highlight the need for greater protection for children in the entertainment industry.

The documentary “Brooke Shields: Pretty Baby” is set to be available to stream on Disney+ next month.

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