The End: Legend has it the fling ended as quickly as it started.
At the time, Mc Conaughey refused to admit things had gotten romantic.
But this time, the recent contestant on Donald Trump's "Celebrity Apprentice", doesn't reveal painful accusations about her family, she's turning the mirror on herself, unveiling a life of abuse and shame at the hands of former manager, and ex-husband Jack Gordon.
Simon & Schuster's Gallery Books and Ja-Tail Publishing Company, details in depth and personal accounts on how a once naive and sheltered child star managed to escape a world of torment, isolation, and trauma. COM, La Toya remembers her journey from hell and back, "I was embarrassed letting people know that I was treated this way—embarrassed to let people know that I was locked in closets and doors were closed on me, and just the beatings I endured." But now this Jackson daughter is starting over.
The fascinating La Toya Jackson has been through a lot in her life, and I am happy to say, is truly emerging on top.
The pop culture icon reveals all for the cameras in “Life with La Toya,” which airs Saturday nights at 10 p.m. I didn’t know what to expect as I got set to talk with Jackson about her life, reality show and recent engagement to business partner Jeffré. I believed that everybody, when they told you something, were telling the truth and you just believed them. e H: There are so many people who have been hurt and really have a hard time opening their hearts up to trust again.
What does a life on top mean for you at this point? e H: I watched the first episode of the show, and you have some really great girlfriends. La Toya: In my closest friends, I look for honesty. As far as trust, I think it’s important to pay close attention to the little things. What is it about him that makes you think he’s the right guy?