Mel B, the ex-Spice girl, appears in a clip denouncing domestic violence. A situation that she knows well since in 2017, she ended her marriage after being the victim of domestic violence by her ex-husband.

Pianist Fabio d’Andrea has just released a clip, entitled Love should not hurt, to denounce domestic violence, in collaboration with the NGO Women’s Aid, which helps battered women. A clip in which Melanie Brown, the ex-Spice girl, plays. The dented and swollen face, the British singer plays a woman beaten by her husband. The arguments, the beatings, the makeup to hide the bruises but also the moments of complicity are transcribed in this video of nearly five minutes.

A situation that the young woman knows perfectly since in 2017, the ex-Spice girl had decided to end her marriage with the producer Stephen Belafonte after being the victim of domestic violence on the part of the latter. Since then, Melanie Brown has been involved in the fight against violence against women. On Instagram, Mel B also explained that it was “the most powerful and raw video [that she has] ever made.” A painful experience that the artist had recounted in his autobiography, entitled Brutally honest, published in 2018. “You live in a nightmare, and facing the outside world, you say that everything is fine, because you are ashamed and are eaten away by guilt, and worried that no one will believe you, ”she told the Guardian.

“One in three women in the world, around 376 million, is subjected to physical or sexual violence from an intimate partner or to sexual violence from a non-partner,” he told the end of the clip.

Close there are also men beaten by their partners and raped too, like Shia LaBeouf raped by a woman, Corneille raped by his aunt, and Johnny Depp beaten by Amber Heard. You talk after gender equality and in the articles you do not include men, which has increased since covid-19, we are in the 21st century, it should be less taboo. You should do an article on this for once and ask someone to serve as an example.

Johnny Depp was abused by this crazy narcissistic pervert, clearly. All of this will show up at Virginia’s trial in April 2022, if she is unsuccessful in having the trial overturned.

Apart from Corneille, the two other people you mention are not victims, on the contrary …

you tell anything, apart from Corneille, those you quote are perpetrators of violence, not victims.

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