I was being harassed or abused by the house help at my own house, she said.
Nadia Jamil shares horrific details about her traumatic childhood experiences. Nadia Jamil is a brilliant Pakistani television actress. Nadia Jamil has worked in numerous hit television drama serials including Damsa, Durre Shehwar, Mujhey Jeene Do and Jo Bichar Gaey. Nadia Jamil is an extremely brave woman. A few years ago, she was diagnosed with breast cancer, she has been recovered now. The gorgeous and talented Nadia Jamil is a vocal Pakistani celebrity, she loves to raise her voice on social issues. Nadia Jamil was also brave enough to share a horrific incident about her childhood.
Recently, Nadia Jamil gave an interview to The Voice of America Urdu where she talked about her horrific childhood traumatic experiences. She also shared the reason why she spoke up.
Nadia Jamil said, “I was being harassed or abused by the house help at my own house. I reported the incident to the family but no one paid the head to it. I also became quiet and didn’t react to it because no one took it seriously. I thought it was not a big deal but it was after the Kasur incident when I decided to speak up for the awareness of those kids who become victims. I wanted to tell this to the kids to speak up and never stop living your life, I took the matter to social media and I was surprised to see how common was that, I got a great response. In Pakistan, it is quite a normal practice. If such a practice is common in a society, then one must learn that the society has a lot of rising psychological issues which need to be addressed. Awareness campaigns should be run, kids must be taught about good touch and bad touch. I would urge parents to stay with their kids all the time, don’t leave them alone. Most importantly, we need to educate people”
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Here is what Nadia Jamil tweeted, she wrote, “1st time I was sexually abused I was 4 years old, then 9, then 17/18. It has taken me years to fight deep depression, sadness, fear & a shame I had no business feeling, to be where I am now. Healed. Not just surviving but thriving. There is a way from the pain to peace. You are never alone. Love Nado.”
Fans loved Nadia Jamil’s bravery and lauded their support to her: