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Teri Hatcher's confession to Vanity Fair about the sexual abuse she endured as a child has been billed as the "first time" she has broached the topic unless, that is, you count an interview she gave TV Guide nearly a decade ago. In the magazine's June 15, 1996, issue, Hatcher explained her volunteer work with teenage girls by saying, "In my own way, I understand the pain of abuse. [There is] a specific connection to why I do that." After a pause, she added, "There. I don't think I have ever said that before. That will be new." Until 10 years later, that is.
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