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Thursday, January 17, 2013

Daily Mail UK Online: Nastassja Kinski 'deeply shocked' by her sister's allegations of abuse at the hands of their father By Jill Reilly

Nastassja Kinski 'deeply shocked' by her sister's allegations of abuse at the hands of their father

  • Actress's sister Pola Kinski, now 60, revealed her father Klaus Kinski repeatedly raped her from the age of five until she was 19

  • Nastassja Kinski said she was going through a 'difficult moment' following her sister's revelations

  • Klaus Kinski died in 1991 of a heart attack in California aged 65
By Jill Reilly
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Hollywood actress Nastassja Kinski has said she is 'deeply shocked' by her sister's allegations of sexual abuse by their late [famous, legendary actor] father Klaus Kinski.

Pola Kinski, now 60, revealed in an interview with the German magazine, Stern, that her father - who was a celebrated German actor -  sexually assaulted her from the age of five until she was 19.

In her autobiography Kindermund (From the Mouths of Children) she speaks of him subjecting her to violent rape and abuse and then showering her with expensive presents.

Family ties: Nastassja Kinski (seen here with actor Jon Voight) has praised her sister Pola Kinski for having the strength to reveal the abuse she allegedly suffered at their fathers hand
 Pola Kinski,
Nastassja Kinski said she was going through a 'difficult moment' as a result of her half-sister's revelations but that she was proud Pola was strong enough to write the book.

She wrote, 'My sister is a heroine, because she has freed her heart, her soul and also her future from the weight of the secret,' The Telegraph reports.

Pola Kinski told Stern that her father had paid her 'to be his little sex object, placed on silk cushions.' 

'I kept quiet for years because he forbade me from talking about it,' Pola Kinski told German magazine, Stern in an interview.

'The terrible thing is that he once told me that it was completely natural, that fathers all over the world did that with their daughters,' she said.

Silver screen: Kinski starring in Aguirre, The Wrath Of God in 197
Silver screen: Kinski starring in Aguirre: The Wrath Of God in 1972
Acting legend: Kinksi in his role in the film Nosferatu the Vampyre
Acting legend: Kinski in his role in the film Nosferatu the Vampyre


Klaus Kinski, who died in 1991 in California aged 65, was best known for playing manic, obsessive figures for the German director Werner Herzog in films like Aguirre: the Wrath of God, Nosferatu the Vampyre and Fitzcarraldo in 1982.

He also appeared in David Lean's Doctor Zhivago in 1965 and spaghetti westerns such as For a Few Dollars More with Clint Eastwood in 1965.

The actor, who was born in Poland in 1926 and served in the German army in World War Two, had a history of mental problems including attempted suicide.

Pola Kinski Klaus Kinski Kindermund book cover
Speaking out: In her autobiography Kindermund (From the Mouths of Children) she speaks of him subjecting her to violent rape

His long working relationship with Herzog was marked by temperamental, sometimes violent clashes.

The actor had two other children with his second and third wives - film star Nastassja Kinski and a son, Nikolai.

All three children became actors.

Reuters contacted representatives of Nastassja and Nikolai Kinski for comment, in the United States and Germany respectively, but did not get an immediate response.

Pola Kinski said she wrote the book to help 'others who have lived through something similar' - but also because she was sick of hearing how people revered her famous father.

'I couldn't stand hearing it any more: 'Your father! Cool! Genius! I always loved him!'. I always replied 'Yeah, yeah'. Since his death this adulation has got even worse,' she said.
'When I saw him in films, I always thought that he was exactly like that at home, Pola Kinski told Stern.

'He really abused everyone.'

Germany's top-selling daily Bild wrote that Pola Kinski should be considered 'a heroine' for having the courage to talk about 'what probably thousands of daughters do not dare to say'.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2260233/Nastassja-Kinski-praises-sister-bravery-revealing-abuse-hands-father.html#ixzz2IDHM4Dci
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