Ireland Baldwin shared the disturbing comments made to her by an unnamed ex on TikTok.
The 26-year-old model, who is the daughter of Kim Basinger and Alec Baldwin, made a video response to a TikTok earlier this week, which asked, “What was one thing an ex said to you that you will never forget?” Baldwin replied to the stitch, “How much time do you have?” before listing a slew of cruel and abusive comments made to her by her former partners.
These comments include ones about her parents, such as, “You’ll never be as beautiful as your mom, I’ve always wanted to f*** her,” and “Do you think your dad would get me an audition for SNL? You know, I’m really funny.”
Other comments included violent threats, such as “When we get home, I’m going to smash your face against the wall,” and, “I want to smash your teeth in.”
Baldwin, who has been open about her battle with eating disorders and body image issues, also said a former partner told her not to drink beer because “it makes you fat” and that “none of my friends’ girlfriends eat as much as you.”
She captioned the video, “Not all exes were terrible, but let me know if you’d like a part 2.” In the comments section, she confirmed that not all these words were from the same ex, but rather multiple partners.
Baldwin received supportive messages from her TikTok followers. One follower wrote, "Narcissistic abuse is bad enough but it seems like you experienced it on another level. Ugh! I’m so sorry." Another shared, "This is heartbreaking. I'm so sorry." A third reminded Baldwin that she "deserved the world" and that these ex-partners "failed" her.
The DJ recently appeared on Jada Pinkett Smith’s Facebook Watch series Red Table Talk to discuss her battle with anxiety, including her cardiophobia, or fear of having a heart attack. She also shared she was previously in a “really abusive relationship.”
“I did go to a treatment center," Baldwin explained. "I've been through a lot of different kinds of abuse."
She also shared that part of her healing was learning she, too, had been abusive in past relationships.
“I had been abusive to people unknowingly, ‘cause I’m not hitting them or getting physical," Baldwin added. “There was a lot of learning I had to do and a lot of acceptance of, ‘Okay wait, that was abusive behavior: I was an abuser towards someone else.’ But at that time, I just hit a total breaking point, and I was self-medicating with Xanax, and I was drinking, and I have a lot of alcoholism and drug addiction in my family.”
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