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Madison Beer Tells Fans To ‘Speak Up’ After Experiencing Alleged Verbal Abuse From Jack Gilinsky

Madison Beer and boyfriend Jack Gilinsky shop at Barneys New York
Source: BACKGRID

Jul. 5 2017, Published 4:56 p.m. ET

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Finally speaking out! Madison Beer took it to social media to respond to the leaked audio containing Jack Gilinsky's alleged verbal abuse toward the YouTube star. In a memo that has now been deleted, Madison explained to all of her fans the truth behind why she stayed with Jack in the first place.

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"Many of you asking me 'why would you stay with him if it happened last year!’ my theory was, and as horrible as this is, is that if i left him, he’d do it to the next girl. i tried to fixed him,” she explains.

She goes on to tell her fans, “it is NEVER okay and i was blinded by love and much too afraid to come out and say anything in fear i would be broken up with / not taken seriously by someone i told. SPEAK UP.”

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As for Jack, he wrote a public apology on Twitter a couple of days before. He explained, “i am truly sorry to all of my fans or anyone who used to gain inspiration from me. that is not the person i am today & i do not want ANYONE to think it’s ok to act the way i acted in that clip.”

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Jack and Madison started dating in 2015, but according to Jack’s post, the two are no longer together.

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As for the leaked audio, Madison explains, “we have both grown and changed so much at this point and it has been an extremely difficult thing to relive / even go thru what you have all heard in the first place and i hope ALL of my fans learn from my foolishness.”

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