Speaking her truth. Mischa Barton revisited some of her earliest Hollywood memories and opened up about how it felt to be a young woman playing oversexualized characters.“My movie debut, Lawn Dogs, explored themes of child molestation, and — while the crew did everything to ensure that I wasn’t exposed to the realities of what all that meant — when I did press for the film, it became clear that it was very mature content,” the O.C.
star, 35, wrote in an essay for Harper’s Bazaar U.K. published on Friday, June 11. She was 11 when the movie premiered.Her next film, Pups, required her character to kiss someone. “I had my first kiss on screen and in real life, in front of an entire crew,” Barton recalled. “My character had her first period inRead more on usmagazine.com