Evan Rachel Wood has admitted her PTSD from being raped has been "triggered" by the recent headlines surrounding Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey and Brett Ratner.
The 'Westworld' star took to social media to admit that she had been "triggered through the roof" by the allegations made against the Hollywood filmmakers and actor.
She wrote: "Has anyone elses PTSD been triggered thru the roof? I hate that these feelings of danger are coming back (sic)"
Has anyone elses PTSD been triggered thru the roof? I hate that these feelings of danger are coming back. 😞— #EvanRachelWould (@evanrachelwood) November 10, 2017
And when one Twitter user asked how she could have PTSD, she replied: "Gas-lighting, narcissism, multiple rapes, being beaten, and having my life threatened multiple times. Just to name a few."
Gas-lighting, narcissism, multiple rapes, being beaten, and having my life threatened multiple times. Just to name a few. https://t.co/SjamANpzK2— #EvanRachelWould (@evanrachelwood) November 10, 2017
However, Evan tried her best to stay positive.
She added on the social media site: "I just want to say to everyone, we are going to get through this."
I just want to say to everyone,— #EvanRachelWould (@evanrachelwood) November 11, 2017
we are going to get through this.
It comes after Evan admitted she is too "afraid" to name her rapists - one who is an ex-boyfriend and another is a "bar owner".
In a lengthy video posted online, she said: "I haven't named my abusers for a number of reasons. One. I'm one person against some very powerful people. Two. Money and time and re-traumatising yourself.
"To go after the person who assaulted you takes quite a toll. It is a terrifying thing to have to go through, mainly because you are at risk of not being believed, your career being hurt, being drained of your finances - because it costs a lot of money to file a lawsuit and go to court with somebody.
"Especially if all you have is your word against theirs and especially if these are very powerful people. Once again you're at the mercy of your abusers and you've kicked a hornet's nest. And you have a target on your back.
"Maybe this is an irrational fear, but I don't think it is. What I can tell you is it's because sometimes the act is so traumatising, or you're so ashamed of it or you're so confused by it or you're so scared of your perpetrators, you're silenced ... sometimes for years, sometimes your whole life."