Taylor Momsen Apologizes to Parents

Raccoon faced Taylor Momsen is sorry she blamed her parents for robbing her of her childhood. She tells Britain’s Kerrang! magazine (via StarPulse) that she didn’t mean it like that.

“(After reading the article, they felt) horrible! I love my mom and dad. Maybe I didn’t have the childhood people think you should have, but I still went through the ages, I was still a child. Maybe it wasn’t a conventional one, but you know… I like where I am now so it’s OK. I think my parents have learned by this point that none of (what they read) is probably true, and words can be put in your mouth.”

In an earlier interview, Taylor said she was dark and miserable because her parents forced her to go to auditions as a kid. Now she’s backtracking because she realizes she wouldn’t have been able to do what she’s doing now without her parents pushing her. You think a normal 16-year-old would be flashing her taped nipples without repercussions? Like an appearance on Dr. Phil? I think not.

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Tabitha Fischer
10 years ago

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10 years ago

Just think how hard it will be for her to tell her parents I impregnated her!

The Blemish
10 years ago
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Wait your turn.

Herman Bumfudle
10 years ago

it’s not your parents, its the job. you work 12 and 16 hours a day, 6 and 7 days a week doing a job that you love. then one day you have a vacation, or spend some time with a loved ones at a party. and then you suddenly realize that you don’t know these people, and they don’t know you.

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