All of this was chronicled in her 2004 New York Times bestselling memoir, A Paper Life, of which her reportedly furious father told the New York Daily News, "It is a sad day when malicious lies are told in order to become a 'best-seller.’” Love truly is a battlefield.
You didn’t have to have the life you had, and I’m here, and I take responsibility.” That didn’t happen. My father doesn’t really remember what I look like.My experience of that, and my opinion, is that for human beings, you need to grow into the world and figure out who you are in the world, and make your own identity. That’s the problem of getting into a field where you’re really at the mercy of public opinion. I’m in the process of building a brand, if you will.If you’re young and making your identity through what other people, or your fan base, think of you, there’s a loss of perspective. Does it worry you then, since you’ve been down this road, that stars are getting younger and younger these days? I’m talking about a brand that could help other people, so with books, or speaking, or shows that I produce.Is it writing a book, is it talking to a therapist, is it taking drugs, is it not taking drugs? Were you motivated to write this book in part because of the way the media treated you during your 2008 drug arrest?The cop was extremely joyful, when he found out who I was, to have made this arrest. If the press wanted to do to me what they’re doing to Anthony Weiner—I mean I didn’t cheat on my wife, hold my penis and send pictures. And actually, it ended up being a good thing because it stopped the run I may have gone on. My ex-husband [John Mc Enroe] is from here, and I moved with him.To avoid personalized advertising based on your mobile app activity, you can install the DAA’s App Choices app here.