$450M Rich Arnold Schwarzenegger Says “No one said anything” When He Misbehaved With Women: “It’s not an excuse”

$450M Rich Arnold Schwarzenegger Says "No one said anything" When He Misbehaved With Women: "It's not an excuse"
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Legendary actor and ex-Governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger, has spoken out about his history of inappropriate behavior toward women and the lack of consequences he faced at the time. In an open interview, Arnold Schwarzenegger admitted his faults and emphasized the value of respect for all people and women.

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From Bodybuilding to Hollywood Stardom

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Arnold Schwarzenegger

Famous for his roles in films like The Terminator and Conan the Barbarian, Arnold Schwarzenegger discussed his rise from bodybuilding champion to Hollywood A-lister. Schwarzenegger has said modestly that he never felt like a star, despite his enormous success, because he constantly pushes himself to improve his personal and professional life.

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Schwarzenegger was asked about his most underrated role and named his appearance in Last Action Hero. Upon its initial release, this film was met with negative reviews but has since developed a devoted fan base. Since he was campaigning for George H.W. Bush then, and Clinton won, he said the initial failure was political.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger

Schwarzenegger stressed the significance of making money in the entertainment industry despite the many obstacles he had to overcome. The interview also discussed the connection between Schwarzenegger and catchphrases, specifically his use of the phrase “I’ll be back.”

The actor told a funny story about the catchphrase and how fans frequently ask him to recite it publicly. Schwarzenegger said he was ready to embrace his catchphrases and use them as an opportunity to communicate with fans.

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In recent years, Schwarzenegger has increased his online presence, sharing inspirational messages and using his celebrity to inspire others. Compliments and encouragement, he thinks, can make a big difference in a world full of criticism.

Arnold Schwarzenegger Takes Accountability

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Arnold Schwarzenegger

When discussing how sensitive people are becoming, he stressed the importance of honest conversations and building bridges rather than walls with labels and preconceived notions. Schwarzenegger’s relationship with his father and his own experiences of abuse were among the more personal aspects of his life explored in this interview.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger has said that he is who he is today because of the challenges he overcame. However, he knew of its tragic consequences for his brother, who had become an alcoholic. The lessons of Schwarzenegger’s life include rejecting hate and bullying in favor of love and acceptance.

Schwarzenegger’s upcoming self-help book, Be Useful: Seven Tools for Life, aims to motivate lost youth, especially young men, to rediscover their value and make a difference in the world. In line with his values, he opposes categorizing people and instead advocates for a concentration on common ground despite our differences.

Arnold Schwarzenegger
Arnold Schwarzenegger

The interview also discussed Schwarzenegger’s past inappropriate behavior towards women. He admitted regret and acknowledged there was no justification for his actions after giving it some thought. When Schwarzenegger was asked if anyone had spoken up about it at the time, he said “no one” had.

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“No one said anything. Look, the bottom line is that even though the times were different, it doesn’t matter if it was 100 years ago or today. You have to treat women with respect and you have to treat people with respect. None of it is an excuse. I should have behaved better.”

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Time and experience, Schwarzenegger said, were the primary factors in his development and metamorphosis. He said he gained a broader and more compassionate outlook as he learned more about the world and its problems as governor. His time in office inspired him to keep fighting for causes like redistricting reform and environmental protection.

By opening up about his past, Schwarzenegger shows that it is possible to learn and improve despite making mistakes. Responsibility, deference, and the pursuit of a better world are all things he stresses.

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Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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