A smart theory on child-star disaster. Ignore the movie-stars explaining their reasons.

“You put a kid in front of an audience, on a stage, under a spotlight and they’re getting a lot of praise, adulation, and they’re adorable and they’re being adored by the audience. It feels like love,” she said. “When the roles dry up — and I think the roles do dry up in adolescence — the kids are gawky. They’ve got acne, patchy facial hair, their voices are changing. Their love is gone and they’re left alone without their audience and it’s very uncomfortable to be alone when you’ve had that experience. Adolescence is a prime time for experimenting with drugs and other risky behaviors. There is a confluence of things that are happening.”

Bonaduce on O’Neal bust: Blame family – Today Entertainment – TODAYshow.com


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