PAUL WALKER’S DAUGHTER MEADOW OPENS UP OVER ABORTION AFTER ‘HEARTBREAKING’ RULING

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Meadow Walker, daughter of the late Paul Walker, said she had an abortion while discussing the US Supreme Court’s recent decision Roe v. pick up calf. Wiese is 23 years old.

Over the weekend, Meadow shared her story on Instagram. She spoke about how she’s been “struggling with the choice” during the pandemic.

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She wrote on June 24: “Today is a great step backwards in history and a great injustice to women in the United States. Many women find it difficult to decide whether or not to have an abortion.

“Like you, I struggled with the decision, but in 2020, with the world falling apart because of the pandemic, I chose to have an abortion.

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“It’s a very personal and private experience, as it should be. I was fortunate to have a great doctor who helped me through the painful process. Thanks to them, I can be the happy, healthy person I am today.”

Meadow Walker, who married actor Louis Thornton-Allan, said it was “absolutely heartbreaking” to hear the abortion sentence had been overturned.

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She continued, “Well, it’s heartbreaking to think that even more women will not be able to have a safe abortion and put their bodies first.

“In a world where women are constantly being put down, this feels like the worst attack of all. Abortion bans don’t stop abortions, but they do prevent safe abortions.

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Prior to the decision, having an abortion had been legal in the United States for nearly 50 years. It made it clear that people have a protected right to choose what they do with their bodies.

After the Supreme Court’s decision by a 6-3 vote, each state can now enact its own laws on abortion.

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After Friday’s decision, several states have already issued the ban. Some of the states on this list are Arkansas, Louisiana, Kentucky, Missouri, and South Dakota.

It is believed that about half of US states will change their laws and make it harder to get an abortion within their borders.

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CELEBRITIES TELL THEMSELVES AFTER THE SUPREME COURT JUDGMENT

After the news, people in Washington, DC took to the streets to protest and they gathered in front of the Supreme Court building.

Many well-known personalities have also spoken out against the decision. On Saturday, Lily Allen took the stage at Glastonbury Festival because Olivia Rodrigo asked her to. The singer gave the Supreme Court justices a performance of her song “F**k You” by Lily Allen.

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Nev Schulman, who hosts Catfish, went to a show. “If you want to outlaw ‘murder,’ start with guns,” read the sign he held up.

He posted pictures of protesting women on Twitter. The father-of-two wrote in the caption, “Maybe one day women will have as many rights as guns in America.”

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Taylor Swift, a singer, said the decision left her “absolutely terrified.” The 32-year-old wrote on Twitter: “I am absolutely shocked that we are here, that after so many decades of people fighting for women’s right to their own bodies, today’s decision has taken that away from us.”

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