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It’s that time of day again where Jackson’s health is doubted with regards to his ‘This Is It’ show.
As long as you have parents who are standing by you. The truth is, it was hard and sort of painful at times, because I was on this truthful mission trying to get him to talk and acknowledge me. [Tearing up] If you don’t acknowledge me even for who I am today, as the mother that cares for her children or a person that’s alive and not shooting drugs, that’s what I wanted. Did you send your father a manuscript of the book before it came out? Now that this book is out, and you’re finished filming the first season of your docuseries, how would you characterize you and your father’s relationship today? That is not to say that if I felt like I was in any way disrespected, or if he tries to push me or get me to do something for him—he’s coming to New York and we’re going to do press together, and they’re going to ask him questions he’s not going to like, and his way is to look at little me, Tatum the daughter, and have me try to get them to stop. Because of that, I’m grateful, and that is what’s inspired me to keep going.It’s where I’m at then, and it’s where I’m at today; sort of telling who I am and where my journey is.If you end up with say, a heroin addiction, some people end up with it because of nothing. For me, I had a lot of pain and bruising that happened to my soul, and I didn’t feel wanted, so in writing the first book, it took a minute for me to think about how to heal yourself.The actress opens up about her journey toward recovery and reconnecting with her father in her recent memoir, Found: A Daughter’s Journey Home, and the reality docuseries Ryan and Tatum: The O’Neals, which premieres June 19 on the Oprah Winfrey Network.In a wide-ranging interview with The Daily Beast, she discusses her relationship with her father, the 2008 drug arrest, “dating” Michael Jackson, the tough road for child stars like Lindsay Lohan, and much more. It was a book and it told a story that was sad, and deep, and painful. It’s telling of how I can live the best life that I can when I wasn’t really wanted, in a way.
At 15, she was left abandoned when her father ran away with the former pinup goddess, Farrah Fawcett, and before she reached the age of 16, Tatum had been molested by two men and two women (one of the men was her father’s longtime friend).