It's taken years for Lady Gaga to open up about her struggles with PTSD and being raped at 19. While most have applauded her for having the courage to discuss her traumatic experiences, Piers Morgan now questions if they ever took place.
On Saturday, December 10, the British talk-show host tweeted that Gaga lied about both of her 2016 confessions.
Before Morgan sits down with Gaga, he better read up on some facts surrounding these two huge issues.
After all, as Emily Jacob, a rape survivor and founder of ReConnected Life, pointed out in her recent letter for The Huffington Post, experiences with sexual assault have been known to cause PTSD in more than a few instances.
"One in two women who are raped will develop PTSD. PTSD is not confined to war veterans. Some other ways to develop PTSD — one in five firefighters will develop it, one in three teenage survivors of car crashes ... Let me repeat myself, 50% of women who are raped will develop PTSD," she wrote in response to Morgan's tweets.
All we can do is hope that their talk correctly educates and informs people who share Morgan's "opinion."