“I was 19 and taking my first steps in the industry, and a producer told me ‘take off your clothes’.” Lady Gaga returns with new details to tell the violence suffered when she was just 19 years old. It does so in the first episode of the docu-series ‘The Me You Can’t See’, interpreted and co-created by Prince Harry and Oprah Winfrey, recalling the trauma experienced in tears. The Independent reports it. The American pop star said she was raped at the age of 19 by her then music producer, which “left her pregnant on a street corner” after months of abuse. In the first episode, Lady Germanotta tells how, due to her experience, she became self-harming, speaking of a “total pain” that lasted for a long time. “I became numb – the Italian-American artist tells us – I felt pain, then nothing, so I was sick for weeks. Only then did I realize that it was the same pain I felt when the person who raped me left me pregnant in a corner, outside my parents’ house because I was unwell and kept throwing up. I had suffered abuse. “In the series, which revolves around the theme of mental health, Lady Gaga reveals that she subsequently had a psychological breakdown that lasted several years:” they did so many MRI scans that they couldn’t find anything. But your body remembers everything, “he explains. The pop star also reveals that she did a lot of work on herself that made her feel better. “Everything started to change slowly. Now things are better,” he says. It is not the first time that Lady Gaga faces the memory of the sexual violence suffered. the tragic experience led to the birth of the 2015 hit ‘Til It Happens to You’, which the singer performed at the 2016 Oscars, in a memorable performance in which she was surrounded by dozens of rape victims.