Jessica Simpson over the years has become a household name in the world of entertainment. With her music albums getting an extreme amount of fame, she has become a very successful music artist. Tabloids and Newspaper articles have always been interested with her professional and personal life, as they are with any important person. Jessica has now written down a book which pens all her memories happy and the traumatic experiences she has had as a child and as an adult human being. Here are some of the things you might find interesting while reading the book.
When she was about 6 years old, she had her first experience of sexual abuse. Her family used to visit a person’s house whose daughter was a sister to her. She would initially tickle her back and started touching her in places which made her feel uncomfortable. Sometimes they would also linger and fool around the locker rooms. When her sister was born, Jessica decided to protect her sister from these sinister activities. Thus she opened up to her parents and told them everything about the abusive incidents. After that, they did not for once visit that person’s house ever again.
At quite a teenage age, she fell in love with singer Nick Lachey. Although Jessica’s father warned her against him, she did not listen. Their relationship was very fractious. After a few years, both Jessica and Nick had consensual conjugation for the last time. Then they decided to file an injunction against each other. Then they were not able to settle the individual gains. Nick asked Jessica about how much she would take after the marriage was over and the divorce became successful.
When she visited the office of the headquarters of Sony, her producer insulted her. They told her that she had to lose a lot of diets before she could sing properly. The CEO of Sony Music asked her to lose at least 10-15 pounds so that she can look presentable for the recording albums. At that point in time, she started taking weight loss pills. And she also later advocated the spirit of no body shaming and no one size fits all approach.