She was forced to abort her baby at 17, but she didn’t- the baby is Justin Bieber

Canadian singer Justin Bieber is very famous for his pop genre. Did you know that for millions of believers, Pattie Mallette is a hero for bringing Justin Bieber into the world? Justin Bieber has had a self-made story of his own, the son of a struggling single mom who was discovered after posting his videos on YouTube — but the 18-year-old pop star’s mom has her history, which is painful.

In a poignant interview, Mallett, 36, opens up about surviving sexual abuse, her life as a drug addict, and why she decided not to have an abortion when she became pregnant at 17. In her new book, “Nowhere But Up The Story of Justin Bieber’s Mom,” Mallett details the hardships of her past. She spoke openly to Gifford about the sexual abuse she endured over the years.

She explained, “I’ve learned that it’s normal and natural for anyone who has been through sexual abuse to carry shame and blame and feel like there’s something wrong with you. So I carried that with me. ” The shame Mallet suffered became so unbearable that she admitted she had attempted suicide, telling Gifford that the attempt was “a culmination of years of abuse and pain built up and at that time I Got messed up with all the drugs and alcohol. I was in depression and the drugs and alcohol induced it even more.”

After surviving a suicide attempt, a Christian counselor experienced a profound transformation during a visit to a psychiatric ward, triggering a spiritual awakening. At 17, she faced pressure to undergo an abortion but bravely chose to embrace the pregnancy, driven by a deep conviction. She declared, “I sensed that I couldn’t bring it to an end. I had to continue with it. I wasn’t sure how, but I was resolute in giving my best.”

Mallett told USA TODAY that she always wanted to share her story, explaining that she wanted to be as vulnerable as possible so that young girls who have gone through similar things could relate. “I pretty much bared my soul. That helped me heal,” she told the media. As painful as her experiences were, Mallette knew she needed to share them with the world, and says Bieber has been a constant cheerleader for her. “He’s supportive and he’s proud of me,” she told USA TODAY.

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