Roseanne Barr’s daughter denounces the dangers of institutions for troubled adolescents after being herself “locked” in some during her teenage years.
Jenny Pentland revealed in an interview this week that she suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder after witnessing abuse – both emotional and physical – at facilities she was sent to as a teenager.
“The worst abuse I feel I have suffered was having my free will taken away – the lack of freedom,” she said in an interview with People.
Pentland explained that she was “locked up” between the ages of 13 and 18 in various types of establishments. She spent time in “reform schools, mental institutions and a wilderness training camp,” according to the outlet.
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Pentland wrote a memoir titled “It’ll be funny later,” which is due out Jan. 18. In the book, Barr’s daughter, 45, writes about her parents’ decision to fire her, explaining that it was a recommendation. behavioral experts.
“I had bad grades and my mouth was cut off my arms and smoked cigarettes,” Pentland recalled at the point of sale, adding that she was “just depressed.”
Come to think of it, Pentland said she believed her “actor” came from her mother’s fame in “Roseanne.”
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The daughter of the TV star discussed the importance of reform in the struggling teen industry – a company which hotel heiress Paris Hilton has also spoken out in recent years.
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“Those places are still there and I want it to stop,” Pentland told the outlet. “I don’t think about what I lost anymore. I think about what other people are losing right now or what they will lose if that doesn’t change.”
Pentland is currently married and has five sons.
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