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Jessica Simpson's abuse tale was about bullying

Simpson told Elle magazine about the abuse, but what she didn't reveal is that it came at the hands of high school girls, not a boyfriend.
/ Source: contributor

Pop star-turned-country singer Jessica Simpson recently told Elle magazine that when she sang about abuse on her new track “Remember That,” she sang from personal experience. Now the National Enquirer reports Jessica’s personal story isn’t about an abusive boyfriend; it’s about bullying. 

“I don’t want to talk about (what happened),” Jessica told Elle. “But I have definitely experienced abuse in a way that I would tell people to take their heart and run.”

Given that the lyrics from “Remember That” urge a woman to leave a man who hurts her “with his hands or with his words,” many assumed the eldest Simpson sister was referring to a similar scenario, but Jessica’s abuse allegedly came from teenage girls during her high-school years.

“Jessica was well-developed, and every guy in high school wanted her and practically every girl hated her,” a source told the Enquirer. “Jessica put on a brave face, but it was a campaign of terror that just devastated her.”

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