The 30-year-old Jennette McCurdy, while discussing her new memoir, I’m Glad My Mum Died, with Red Table talk hosts Adrienne Banfield Norris, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Willow Smith, the actress, read a message aloud,
“I am so disappointed in you, You used to be my perfect little angel, but now you are nothing more than a little … slut, a floozy, all used up,” This clip was telecasted in People’s sneak peek of the upcoming episode. Debbie berated the iCarly actor for “rubbing his ugly hairy tummy” on a “website called TMZ” and for dating a “hideous behemoth of a man.”
Debbie called her daughter Jennette an evil liar and went on to write “You look pudgier, too. You’re eating your guilt. Thinking of you with his ding-dong inside of you makes me sick. Sick! I raised you better than this.” She even questioned Jennette about were her good little girl had gone and Debbie added that
“Where did she go and who is this monster that has replaced her? You’re an ugly monster now. I told your brothers about you, and they all said they disown you just like I do. We want nothing to do with you.” At the end of the email, she asked Jennette to get her a new fridge as it broke.
In 1995, Jennette McCurdy’s abusive mother, Debra McCurdy, was diagnosed with cancer. After 15 years of battling the disease, she died aged 56. When Debbie died in 2013, the mother and daughter duo were not that close. The actress was also very glad and presented “I’m Glad My Mom Died,” a one-woman show than happened 7 years later in New York and Los Angeles.
Her mother, Debbie, weighed her, measured her thighs, and kept track of her calories; she even openly discussed her eating problems in interviews to promote her book of the same name, which was released in August. In the August show on “Good Morning America,” the singer said that her grieving over her mother was so complicated, and writing the memoir was a healing journey for her. Her mother never deserved her tears nor her sadness as she was abusive, but now after writing the book, it relieved her a lot, and she feels good.