Sharon Stone says she was sexually abused by their grandfather

Sharon Stone says she and her sister were sexually abused by their grandfather when they were toddlers after being locked in a room together by their grandmother

  • Stone, 63, makes the revelation in her new memoir, The Beauty of Living Twice
  • She said her grandmother put her and her sister in a room with their grandfather
  • Then, she would lock the door and leave them in there to be abused 
  • Her grandfather Clarence Lawson died when she was 14; She says she was relieved
  • Elsewhere in the memoir, Stone describes being ‘tricked’ by Basic Instinct producers into taking off her underwear 
  • She also discusses a near-death stroke she suffered when she was 43  

Sharon Stone has revealed she and her sister Kelly were sexually abused as children by their grandfather, and claims their grandmother facilitated it by locking them all together in a room. 

Stone, 63, made the revelation in her new memoir, The Beauty of Living Twice. 

She says that she and Kelly were put in a room with their grandfather, Clarence Lawson, when they were toddlers, and that their grandmother locked the door on them. He then molested them, she said. 

Sharon Stone with her younger sister Kelly. She writes in her new memoir that they were both molested by their grandfather when they were toddlers

Stone as a child. She says their grandmother locked them in a room with their grandfather to be abused

When he died when she was 14, she says she poked into the casket to make sure he was dead. 

‘I poked him, and the bizarre satisfaction that he was at last dead hit me like a ton of ice. I looked at [Kelly] and she understood; she was 11, and it was over,’ she said.

Stone grew up in Meadville, Pennsylvania. She was extremely gifted as a child and entered the second grade when she was five. 

Elsewhere in her memoir, she revealed that she was told by Basic Instinct producers not to worry about taking off her underwear in the infamous interrogation scene, because they said no one could see that she was not wearing anything underneath. 

‘I’d been told ‘We can’t see anything — I just need you to remove your panties, as the white is reflecting the light, so we know you have panties on.’ 

‘Yes, there have been many points of view on this topic, but since I’m the one with the vagina in question, let me say: The other points of view are bull****,’ she wrote.

Stone with her sister and a man believed to be their father, Joseph, an in Instagram image. She has never shared photos of the grandfather who abused her

Stone also reflected on a stroke she suffered when she was 43 which she says nearly killed her. 

Stone made the revelations in her new memoir 

She said that the near-death experience made her more calm. 

She also described while in the hospital seeing three friends who had already died, and wanting to be with them but refusing, instead clinging to life. 

She was saved by a surgery that lasted seven hours. 

Afterwards, she said she embraced Buddhism. 

‘It’s amazing how much one learns when one has to. 

‘I became ‘Miss Peace and F*****g Quiet,’ a title that I prize much higher than a Miss Crawford County pageant title,’ she wrote. 

Stone writes at the end of her book: ‘I learned to see things differently. 

‘I learned this from dying, from living, and from being what I’ve often been called: “The Last Living Movie Star.”

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