Claudia Abused One of the best-known models of the show business, she reappeared on television at age 45 after a time away from the media. With a radical change of look, he told little-known anecdotes of his life and made known the disease with which he has been fighting for many years.
In a preview of Love and Fire that will air this Wednesday, January 5, he revealed that he has suffered from depression since he was 25 years old.
“I am a chronic depressive, I have depressive syndrome with generalized anxiety and agoraphobia (…) I have been depressed from the age of 25 until now that I am 46 ″, revealed the mother of the family.
It is not the first time that the model talks about her health. In 2020, he spoke at Instagram about the details of her wrong. At that time, he affirmed that he suffered an emotional crisis and revealed that he was taking medication.
“They will see me a little disappeared because I suffered an emotional crisis and they have changed my medication, so I will wait for how I evolve. I don’t know if I go to the gym because I’m afraid of getting dizzy, “he told his fans.
“I would love for you to support me and not call me fat as shit because with the medication I will probably get fat and if you want to say that, it is better that you leave my Facebook or Instagram,” he also said about his weight.
Recently, Claudia Abused joined the list of celebrity figures who have opened an account on the popular OnlyFans platform. He noted that he had the approval of his family to be able to generate content in the application of explicit videos.
“I have always liked to wear the smallest clothes, the thread. The only person who interests me what he thinks is my daughter, I consulted him and he said ‘do it’. I jumped in and what people asked me for was more home videos. Yes, it is profitable, I am not going to tell you that I am a millionaire, but it saves me ”, he highlighted in an interview with the Magaly Medina program.
Faced with this scenario, the Minsa implemented the line 113, option 5 to provide free mental health counseling. You can also contact the 0800 00194 from Unicef, a helpline called Lightening backpacks.