Steven Seagal Kelly LeBrock Divorce and Marriage [VIDEO]: The Woman In Red Star Opens Up About "Ugly" Divorce Drama; "I Hated Myself"
By Staff Writer | August 30, 2013 09:41 AM EDT
Steven Seagal Kelly Le Brock Divorce: Kelly Le Brock opened up in an interview about the Steven Seagal Kelly Le Brock Divorce recently. She revealed the struggles that she went through with their divorce and with her career as a model and film star.
After the Steven Seagal Kelly Le Brock divorce, Kelly says she had a difficult time dealing with it: "I admit, I became a hermit. When I split with Steven, the divorce was very ugly, and details of the case were on the evening news. I didn't want my kids seeing it, so I simply got rid of the TV. I moved my kids out of LA so they could grow up with real people-the kids of gas pump attendants, plumbers, and real family people.
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"I had absolutely no self-esteem. I hated myself. I decided to swap my old life in Beverly Hills for a new one in the country, in Santa Barbara."
"I feared everything and didn't want to leave the house. Sometimes I sleep three nights in a row outside with no tent, just under the stars. Just me and my horse. It brings me closer to the earth."
Since the Steven Seagal Kelly LeBrock divorce, Kelly has found a new life:
"I grow all my veggies and make my own cheese and yoghurt. It's bloody exhausting! To work the land full time keeps me so fit that I haven't worked out in seven years. I clean the pool myself, muck out the pigs and the horses."
Kelly Le Brock famously starred in the 80s Comedy Woman in Red, and began her career as a model:
Kelly Le Brock talked about her modeling career and how it lead her to the film industry: "I was 15 and a half when I started modeling. It's a familiar tale, but I was at a party, and some dirty old man saw me and thought I was pretty. The next thing I knew I was on an airplane to the Seychelles to shoot an advertisement for British Airways. My father got me an agent and quickly, to my surprise, my modeling career took off and I became the new face of '70's fashion."
"I decided to move out of England to survive the drug scene and thought New York would be a safer place, but I was mistaken.
"I did take it too far, and when my weight dropped from 135 to 90 pounds my agent, Eileen Ford, called my mother and said, "You better get over here." I took my mother to Studio 54 and we danced all night, but she had no idea why I was so energetic.
"Back in London I had been sheltered from the real world, but in America I was all alone and this terrified me. In England we were all genuine and nice, then suddenly I went straight to America and it was a foreign land. It was full of dangerous people, and I found it frightening and intimidating.
"I didn't want to get hooked on heroin and die like some of my friends. I decided to change my lifestyle and quit modeling and go to the next obvious thing, movies."
Kelly LeBrock talked about her relationship with Steven Seagal: "I finally said I would have a drink with him and when he came to my room I opened the door he was just standing there, six feet four inches tall, nice looking, slim, he spoke fluent Japanese and he could do acupuncture, chiropractics, sang, played guitar and drums, and could draw.
"There seemed to be nothing he couldn't do. He was an all-round Renaissance man and I was instantly attracted to him."
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