La cantante di musica country Jana Kramer ha passato molto quando si tratta di relazioni romantiche. Una volta era legata all’ex giocatore della NFL Mike Caussin, per Page Six, ma ha avuto una relazione difficile con lui dopo aver tradito le accuse e aver ammesso di essere una “dipendente dal sesso”. L’ultima goccia della cantante è stata quando ha trovato le foto di una donna in topless sul telefono del suo ex marito. Anche se ha affermato che una ragazza a caso gli ha mandato un messaggio con le foto, lei lo ha lasciato.

The country music star also started opening up about the relationship on social media. In September 2021, Kramer posted a photo on Instagram about the negative "voices in her head" while she was going through the abuse. "My healing ... your healing ... our healing is to stop those negative voices," she stated in her caption, bringing awareness to the situation and helping people who were in her position. And now, it looks like Kramer is continuing to share her story.

Jana Kramer wants to bring awareness to domestic violence

In 2020, country music singer Jana Kramer fully opened up about her abusive relationship with Michael Gambino. She explained to People that she met Gambino when she was 19 years old. At first, she liked the way he protected her, but things took a turn after the two got married after two weeks of dating. "He'd come home at 3 o'clock in the morning and pick me up out of bed, throw me onto the ground and start yelling and hitting," she told the media outlet. He was later convicted of attempted murder and committed suicide two years after he was released from prison.

In a recent Instagram post, the "I Hope It Rains" singer shared her story again for Domestic Violence Awareness Month. She mentioned in her caption that people will look at the photo posted as a happy mother-daughter moment, but in reality, she was hiding the physical and emotional abuse she was facing at the time. "I speak out to help others and to hopefully help at least one person who is reading this to talk to someone," she stated in her caption, hoping to let others know that they "don't deserve abuse."

If you or someone you know is dealing with domestic abuse, you can call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1−800−799−7233. You can also find more information, resources, and support at their website.


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