'It's a complicated, insidious disease': Brave Mel B reacts to Nicole Kidman's domestic violence Emmy's speech

Right in the middle of her very messy split from estranged husband Stephen Belafonte with claim s of alleged domestic violence, Mel B, has again affirmed that she was indeed hit by him.

The 42-year old applauded a speech given by Hollywood actress Nicole Kidman at Sunday night's Emmy Awards where the latter talked about domestic violence.

Nicole, 50, who won the award for Best Actress prize for her role in Big Little Lies, in which she plays a victim of domestic abuse said:

'Sometimes when you’re acting, you get a chance to bring a bigger message.'

'We shone a light on domestic abuse,' she said. 'It is a complicated, insidious disease that exists far more than we allow ourselves to know. It is filled with shame, secrecy and, by you acknowledging me with this award, it shines a light on it even more.'
Mel praising the speech took to IG writig:

'We are not alone remember that, "the light is shined" again thanks to [Nicole Kidman] at the [Emmys] and always has been.

'So please trust and believe, you don't have to be a victim no more, you do have the power and support to stand up to this, leave all your shame and pain with your abuser,if not the "Diablo" WILL kill you.'

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