ACTRESS AnnaLynne McCord recently revealed she struggles with dissociative identity disorder after suffering multiple childhood traumas. McCord
ACTRESS AnnaLynne McCord recently revealed she struggles with dissociative identity disorder after suffering multiple childhood traumas.
McCord revealed her struggles in an intimate chat with Dr Daniel Amen, a psychiatrist and brain disorder specialist.
Who is AnnaLynne McCord?
McCord, 33, is an American actress and model, who first gained recognition for her role as Eden Lord in the 2007 FX series Nip/Tuck.
The 33-year-old also played the role of Loren Wakefield in the TV series American Heiress.
In 2008, McCord was apart of the cast of The CW series 90210, portraying antiheroine Naomi Clark.
For her role as Naomi Clark, McCord was nominated for a Teen Choice Award and received the Hollywood Life Young Hollywood Superstar of Tomorrow award in 2009.
In 2010, she won a Breakthrough of the Year Award in the category of Breakthrough Standout Performance.
What is AnnaLynne McCord net worth?
McCord has amassed a $5million net worth, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
What did she say about her disorder?
In an interview with Dr Amen of AmenClinic, McCord revealed she’s struggled with dissociative identity disorder after multiple childhood “traumas”.
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She explained that her rape at 18-years-old at a friend’s apartment “triggered the memories of the child sexual abuse.”
The star said: “I don’t have anything until around five, and then from five to 11, I recount incidents throughout and then when I was 13, I have one singled-out memory of this one thing that I don’t have a sense of anything else but that.”
The Nip/Tuck actress then revealed that she feels no shame about her DID diagnosis and her past, which is what’s helping her try to overcome her traumas.