11 Jul, 2023


Jonah Hill's feud with Sarah Brady has now reached the public eye

By FactsWow Team

Published a professional photograph

On July 6, the surfer, 26, posted a professional picture of herself standing in front of some cacti in a white, plunging crop top and matching mini skirt. She had been dating the Actor for about a year in 2021.

Media Credits: Daily Mail

At first, followers were perplexed

She added the caption, 'Reviving a picture I took down at the request of a misogynist narcissist.' Brady's followers were initially confused by the post.

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She bounced on Instagram Stories

On the other hand, she jumped on Instagram Stories a day later to provide more context.

Media Credits: Animated Times

The emotionally abusive partner

Brady stated on July 7 that 'someone being an emotionally abusive partner doesn't mean they're a terrible person' and 'at the same time it doesn't mean it's ok.' This is because emotional abuse often stems from the partner's trauma.

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Transferred to multiple screens

Brady then, at that point, transferred various screen captures from past supposed discussions with Slope, remembering one for which he requested that she eliminate photographs of herself riding in a bathing suit from her Instagram.

Media Credits: Entertainment

Posting an image like this

Brady may have received a text from Hill in December 2021 informing her that Hill is 'uncomfortable' with her posting such an image or several other things.

Media Credits: W Magazine

Picture of a conversation

Brady posted a screenshot of a conversation with a friend in another Instagram Story, in which she stated, 'Psychological abuse can cause just as much damage.', especially to someone like me who has a broad mental illness.

Media Credits: W Magazine

Harm to mental well-being

'Keeping it to myself was causing more damage to my mental health than sharing it could ever do,' Brady wrote, explaining that she has decided to speak out about Hill now.

Media Credits: Animated Times

The help of friends and family

'It has been a year of healing and growth with the assistance of loved ones and doctors to get back to living my life without guilt, shame, or self-judgment for things as small as surfing in a swimsuit instead of a more conservative wetsuit.'

Media Credits: Daily Mail

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