Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Actress MacKenzie Phillips Had a Long-Term Incestuous Relationship With Her Father!

Former actress MacKenzie Phillips, who appeared on '70s sitcom One Day at a Time, writes in her autobiography that she had a long-term incestuous relationship with her father, Mamas & the Papas lead singer John Phillips that began the night before her wedding when he raped her.

Oprah landed the first television interview, of course. (That interview airs today!)

MacKenzie talks openly about her father raping her at 19 and her own cocaine addiction. Coincidentally, she was fired from One Day at a Time in 1980 because of her drug abuse and last year she was arrested for cocaine and heroin possession in LAX airport; she later plead guilty to one felony count of cocaine possession and was sentenced to rehab.)

Here's how she remembered the first time she had sex with her father.

"On the eve of my wedding, my father showed up, determined to stop it," she writes in the book. "I had tons of pills, and Dad had tons of everything too. Eventually I passed out on Dad's bed. My father was not a man with boundaries. He was full of love, and he was sick with drugs. I woke up that night from a blackout to find myself having sex with my own father."

She also claims her father, who died in 2001, was the first person to shoot her up with heroin. She also says she became pregnant and had an abortion. She was uncertain whether the baby was by her father or her husband, who had no idea she was having an incestuous affair.


BTW: Just for the hell of it, take another listen to "incest girl" who told Wendy about her uncle/father and abusive drug-dealer boyfriend. And now she's homeless.

Here's a short promo from Oprah.

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abbee lee said...

Wow, this unfortunately takes place many more times than we may want to believe. That is why it's so important for mothers to be careful with their young daughters with their fathers...I worked in social work and have see too much of's real and it's lasting effects are devastating.

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