La Toya Jackson, the fifth child of the Jackson family, is expected to share intimate details about enduring years of domestic violence during a live Webcast tonight scheduled on the video community Stickam. She will also share excerpts from her recent New York Times bestselling memoir, “Starting Over,” including how she dealt with the abuse, the Jackson legacy, and the tragic death of her beloved brother, Michael.
Her memoir, Starting Over, was released in the United States on June 21, 2011.
Recently, Ms. Jackson issued a swift video response to ABC’s The View (see video clip) that she would no longer hold back the censored details of her life.
“The producers just came by to tell me what I can…NOT say. I’m kind of tired of it so I’m going on Stickam July 31at eight o’clock to speak to everybody, uncensored and say what I wanna say. See you then.”
Catch La Toya’s live webcast tonight, Sunday, July 31, 2011,8pm PDT here.
La Toya Jackson maintained a career as a singer throughout the 1980s and 1990. In 1989, Jackson posed topless for Playboy magazine (See Playboy Cover Here). La Toya returned to music in 2004 with her Billboard charting songs “Just Wanna Dance” and “Free the World”. An EP called Starting Over was released June 21, 2011 which will be followed by a full-length album that will be released later this year.
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