“I do not think you should accept that, but as a young actress growing up in the industry, you just accept the fact that that’s the way you’re going to be treated,” the star said.
Jessica Alba is known for being one of the most talented actresses of her generation, being able to get to fame when she was 19 through the series ‘Dark Angel’.
In an interview with CNN Talk Asia, the artist addressed a topic that has been much debated in Hollywood over the last few months, namely, sexual harassment.
In this sense, the star of 37 years confessed that she was victim of harassment throughout its race, being that the first episode occurred when it was only 13 years. “Do not know. I think you should not accept that, but as a young actress growing up in the industry, you just accept the fact that that’s the way you’re going to be treated, “he confessed. “For me, it was something I was not comfortable with, frankly … I mean, I’ve done it [representation] since I was 12. Imagine, imagine how it was, “he added.
Later, Alba explained how she learned to deal with these situations: “I learned quickly how to leave, so I never had a place, but of course, I went through different situations,” he adds.
Mother of three daughters, Jessica explained that everything that happened served to prevent and prepare the girls, so as to protect themselves in these situations: “And that’s why it’s so important for me to talk to them about having control of the their body and leave situations in which they want to put them, “he said.
Recall that the star has been married to Cash Warren since 2008. In common have three daughters: Honor, ten, Haven, six and Hayes, six months.