Who was Lady Gaga's record producer?

LADY Gaga has bravely revealed that she was raped by a record producer.

The award-winning singer opened up about the horrifying ordeal on Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry's show The Me You Can't See.

Who was Lady Gaga's record producer?

On May 20. 2021, Lady Gaga said she was raped and become pregnant by one of her record producers.

The singer, real name Stefani Germanotta, spoke of the abuse and how it left her suffering from post traumatic stress disorder.

Lady Gaga has never mentioned the producer's name in a bid to avoid seeing him again.

The attack happened when she was 19, so could have been in either 2005 or 2006.

What has Lady Gaga said?

Speaking on Prince Harry's show The Me You Can't See, which looks into mental health and its causes, Lady Gaga said: “I was 19 years old, and I was working in the business, and a producer said to me, ‘Take your clothes off'. And I said 'no'.

"And I left, and they told me they were going to burn all of my music.

"And they didn’t stop. They didn’t stop asking me, and I just froze and I—I don’t even remember."

Her traumatising memories were triggered again years later during a hospital stay.

She said: “First I felt full-on pain, then I went numb. And then I was sick for weeks and weeks and weeks and weeks after, and I realised that it was the same pain that I felt when the person who raped me dropped me off pregnant on a corner.

"At my parents’ house because I was vomiting and sick. Because I’d been being abused. I was locked away in a studio for months.”

Has Lady Gaga spoken about the attack before?

Lady Gaga previously said she kept the attack to herself for seven years.

She told TalkTimes: "I didn't know how to even think about it, I didn't know how to accept it, I didn't know how to not blame myself or think it was my fault. It was something that really changed my life.

"It changed who I was completely. It changed my body, it changed thoughts."

She explained how she thought the sexual assault was her fault and why she hid it: "After it happened, I'm like 'But what did I do in my life to bring
this upon myself?'

"There was some sort of maybe religious guilt attached to
it that I had somehow inspired the violence.

"Because of the way that I dress, and the way that I'm provocative as a
person, I thought that I had brought it on myself in some way – that it was
my fault."

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