#whyididntreport: Sarah Hyland and Busy Philipps reveal the violence suffered by teenagers

Author: Giulia Greco ,

In the era of #metoo movement, in the days when America is holding its breath waiting to know what will be the fate of Brett Kavanaugh, a judge appointed by Trump to the Supreme Court and recently accused of sexual assault by Christine Blasey Ford, two well-known Hollywood actresses have shared their stories on Instagram and Twitter.

Sarah Hyland, known for her role as Haley Dunphy in Modern Family, shared an image with a text in which she reveals why she never reported the violence she suffered during the last year of high school.

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He was a friend. It was New Year's Eve. Everyone was drunk. He walked into the bathroom I was in. I hoped it was a dream, but the torn socks the next morning said otherwise. I thought no one would believe me. I didn't want them to tell me I was exaggerating. After all, I hadn't told him no. Such trauma can make people react in this way.

Shortly after, the actress, who recently appeared in a minor role on Shadowhunters, wrote a second tweet in which she showed all her contempt for Kavanaugh and sympathy for Christine Ford.

In the same day, Busy PhilippsCougar Town's Laurie Keller shared a photo of herself on Instagram from when she was little more than a little girl.

This was me at 14. At that age I was raped. It took me 25 years to tell. I wrote it in my book. I told my parents just 4 months ago. Today we break the silence. All of us. I am scared as I write this post. I can't imagine how Dr. Ford must feel right now.

Joshua Jackson, Philipps colleague on the set of Dawson's Creek, with an Instagram post sided with Christine Ford and all the abused women.

Son. Brother. Uncle. Grandchild. Man. 

I believe you Julie Swetnick.

I believe you Deborah Ramirez.

I believe all of you who have been so brave to share your stories these days and weeks. I promise to be a better friend and to try to listen to you better and to humbly look at you in adoration for the courage that I do not have.

I believe you Prof. Blasey Ford. Thanks for the composure shown under pressure. For patriotism. By the power of words.

I believe you Anita Hill. 27 years ago you taught us to be better than we were.

Son. Brother. Uncle. Grandchild. Man. 

We all believe you.

These revelations come just days after the sentencing of Bill Cosby, one of the many actors accused of violence and abuse of women.

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