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Ross Antony about his abuse, Florian Silbereisen and a return to the jungle camp

Was Ross Antony afraid to speak publicly about his abuse? Does he want to go to the jungle camp again? And how does he see the competition fight with Florian Silbereisen? He told us all of that.

Munich – pop star, TV presenter and now also a counselor author. Ross Antony * publishes his book “Gute Laune shimmzt und glitzert” on May 7th. In the exclusive interview he talks about the process of writing down such intimate things as his abuse or the death of his father and making them public. In addition, the pop star (here on the hit topic page *) tells us whether he wants to go to the jungle camp again and how he feels about the alleged competition with Florian Silbereisen.

In your guide you write about pretty private things: the death of your father, your abuse and your sexuality. Did it cost you to write down these intimate experiences and thoughts and make them public?
Ross: No, because I wanted to show that sometimes bad things happen in life, but you can emerge stronger from them. Easier said than done. That’s why I reported on these personal experiences and showed how I found my way out of the crisis. I think sometimes you just need someone to show you how to get out of the hole. I hope that I can achieve that with my advisor, that would be the best compliment.

The whole interview can be read at *. Many other exciting interviews with stars on the interview topic page of *. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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