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Sharon Stone says she was being treated in a “brutal manner and friendly way by Hollywood and the general public, after surviving a life-threatening brain aneurysm.
In 2001, the star is undergoing post-surgery will be admitted to the hospital from a stroke. The subsequent recovery, the now 61-year-old actress’ career and life on hold while they are learning how to do basic things like walk, talk, and write during the course of the fight, for the custody of her child. Since then, they are sent to an attorney for the brain-aging diseases that disproportionately affect women.
Now, the star has been fully restored, then they can go back and get the candid, those who are abused or ignored during its time of great need.
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“People have treated me in a way that was brutally bad,” she told Variety of the event, which they hosted in order to raise awareness for Women’s Brain Health initiative. “Some of the other women in my company, from the female judge who handled my custody case, I don’t think anyone understands just how dangerous of a stroke in women, and what it will take to recover — it took me about seven years of age.”
At the Cinema Society and MCM with Grey Goose screening of Radius TWC’s “Lovelace” at MoMa on July 30, 2013 in New York City.
(The Associated Press)
Stone thanked him, and Bernard Arnault, LVMH’s head, and is now the second richest person in the world, for the purpose of giving her a recording contract with Dior to help her get back on her feet in the world of show business. However, she believes her life after the stroke, it is a far cry from where it was headed in advance, in which the actress is seen in comparing himself to Princess Diana.
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“I had to remortgage my house. I lost everything I had. I have lost my place in the business world. I’d like to have the hottest movie star, you know?” she explained. “It was like the Missing Princess of Diana, and I were so well-known, and she died, and I had a stroke. And we could forget about it.”
The star, who we had previously talked about her painful recovery, during an episode of “Oprah’s Master Class,” in the year 2014.
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“I thought I was dying for a long, long time, even after I got home,” she said. “There’s a part of me that felt like, wow, I lost so much. My career was over, but in my family, I was divorced, my children were taken away, a part of my identity, or so I thought. I’m down, down. And when I got to the bottom, it is as well as a heated outdoor swimming pool. I was burned to the ground. Because of everything that I had been, I thought, ” I’m not one of those things.'”