Former 'Black Ink Crew' Star Dutchess Opens Up About Depression & Suicide After Leaving the Show
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Former reality star Dutchess Lattimore opens up about her experiences since her departure from VH1’s Black Ink Crew. She reveals that it was extremely hard for her and even felt suicidal.
On her appearance with Sister CircleTV, Dutchess speaks very candidly to hosts Miss Quad and Rashan Ali.
“When I first walked away from the show I wanted to kill myself," says Dutchess. "I went through a serious depression. I went through getting harassment from cast members, death threats. They would call my shop and tell my mother the most heinous things that they were going to do to me if I came back to New York.”
She continues, “It got to a point where I didn’t think I would ever escape it. This is two-and-a-half years ago and the new season of the show starts and I’m topic of discussion every episode and I’m not even there.”
Watch the interview below.