Singer Duffy Reveal Excruciating Details Of Her Kidnapping And Rape
On Sunday singer Duffy revealed harrowing details about her alleged kidnapping and rape and what happened later. It was on February 25 when she first spoke out about the incident on her Instagram. However, this time, she decided to reveal details, told that she retreated from public life after the tortuous incident. Now, she hopes that she resonates with those who suffered similar traumas by opening up about her darkest days of life.
The Grammy-Winning Singer Duffy Was Raped For Weeks!
“Rape stripped me of my human rights, to experience a life with autonomy from fear. It has already stolen one third my of life. Deep down I do know it would have been a shame and done such an immense disservice, to my existence, to just delete myself and forget what I had experienced in music publicly.”
Singer Duffy wrote on her webpage duffywords.com where she openly talked about her kidnap and rape. Aimee Anne Duffy, who goes by her name Duffy, first gained international popularity in 2008 when she won a debut Grammy award for her album Rockferry. The album contains her famous hits Warwick Avenue and Mercy. She also starred in Kray Brothers biopic in 2015. However, after this, she disappeared from the entertainment industry.
After her return, she not only revealed where she went but also talked about the aftermath of the events that happened. Duffy told that she had to change houses five times until she finally felt safe. She also had to find a psychologist with expertise in trauma to help her get through the high risk of suicide due to her kidnapping. She recently released the song “Something Beautiful” on BBC Radio 2 but claims that this public display was only temporary.
“As liberating it’s been to finally speak and to finally sing, albeit on radio, I will now return to quietness,”
Ending the lengthy and detailed encounter of her dark past, singer Duffy hoped that by uploading this detail it brings her a smile in her eyes and the light in her life that has been absent for far too long.