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I was obliged to do so and also because I didn't really have any formal training from when I was 12, and generally whenever asked a question, just told the truth, and sometimes, you know, you get yourself into a conversation with a journalist and you just tell the truth and I kind of started to -- journalists started to know that you can ask her anything and she's going to let you know. She's not going to kind of hide or -- hopefully, I haven't been hypocritical ever. So I do think that that has -- that has, you know, throughout my -- throughout my life been something, that I may have been too honest in interviews and therefore they felt that they had more of a claim on me. But then also, because it was since I was 12 and everybody felt like they'd grown up with me, maybe they felt that they had some sort of ownership.

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