In wake of the "Leaving Neverland" documentary, Tuesday on "The Talk" Sheryl Underwood gets emotional sharing details of her own childhood sexual abuse. Underwood reveals, "I told everybody. I wanted everyone to see I wasn't bathing, I wasn't wearing pajamas, I was wearing full clothes, double clothes, winter clothes, because I was trying to stop what was happening. My father didn't want to know the details, but then he slowly wanted to know what happened. And what made it so that I could move on was my father saying, 'I'm sorry I didn't listen to you, and I'm sorry I didn't protect my child. I should have listened to you'... When people say, 'Well, I didn't witness it,' you're never going to witness it. They need it to be hidden... so that when you tell someone, you're the liar. But I thank God that my father was slowly coming to a point quick enough for me to mentally survive this."
Air Date: Mar 5, 2019