Tiffany Haddish covers Glamour Magazine's Latest Issue & This Time, it's Personal!

Tiffany Haddish covers Glamour Magazine's Latest Issue & This Time, it's Personal!

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Candid comedian Tiffany Haddish got the Vogue '73 Questions' interrogation on Wednesday where she dished on her favorite fashion and celebrity encounters.

The publication's September cover girl revealed she was raped by a police cadet when she was 17 years old.

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The Night School star told the story during her guest spot on The Champs podcast previous year. She gave additional details during an interview that year on the podcast "The Champs".

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Haddish said he instead took her to his house where there was handcuffs and a police uniform. While she's always been tenacious and outspoken, her brash persona has been used in a specific way to defend herself. "I might get real bossy and say, 'First off, don't nobody want to see your little d-!' I get loud, all that". She recalls thinking it must have been "a Halloween costume or something", but he told her that he was a cadet training for the police force.

"(SIGH) I'm so very sorry to know that she suffered that awful pain. Haddish says she was last starstruck while meeting Oprah Winfrey, whom she dubs "like magic", and lists among her dream dinner party guests, along with Michelle Obama and Jesus.

"He raped me, he was stronger than me". "It was the worst feeling in the world".

She told the magazine: 'I notice that men are afraid of women that are aggressive.

'You hear about, "Tiffany always hitting on somebody", but that's to keep them from hitting on me'.

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