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|Supergirlx2||Jan 3 2013, 03:16 PM|
"I love you, Aiden. I love you." "I love you."
trust me, if you read the actual chapter, yes, she dedicates an entire chapter to Kristian, and try to compare what she says in her book to the tweets she made, and in some cases when she made them, they don't line up.
CC, in the book, says she wanted out of the Bo/Hope/Carly storyline, but on twitter she couldn't retweet pro-Bo/Carly tweets faster. She also claims that the backstage drama drove her to drink heavily & that it wasn't until after she was hit in the face with a football that she finally realized she needed to go back into therapy & that that was 6 months before the end of her run on Days, but the football injury made it's appearance when Carly was detoxing, which was nowhere close to 6 months from when Carly left.
She paints Kristian as the big bad evil one that everyone is afraid of, even Peter.
You can claim that it must be true because she wrote it in her book, but at the end of the day, none of us were there, & none of us know what is true, what's not true, and what's misinterpreted. (speaking of misinterpretations, she makes a comment about how Kristian said that Hope would never love anyone but Bo shut the door on Hope/Justin and that if you read an interview CC did that makes her sound dismissive of Bo & Hope, she was badly misquoted.)
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