I'm not sure if either of those women are fine with having to prostitute themselves for stardom, especially at such a young age. I could be wrong, but I have a really hard time believing that anyone is actually okay with having to prostitute themselves, regardless of their reasons.
Child stars are at the mercy of their parents, and it seems that a lot of parents around the Hollywood scene are willing to pimp their kids out for money and fame.
Their aloofness is most likely due to self preservation. People in the entertainment industry seem very unwilling to risk their career and reputations and I bet some are even being blackmailed to remain quiet. Indifference is probably the safest route, especially when your career and life are on the line.
I'm sure there's a lot of shame and guilt that comes along with having to sleep with some disgusting slimeball who's old enough to be your father, in order to secure a job. Not to mention the incredible amount of psychological trauma that comes from being raped as a child….
It takes a lot of courage to not only out a predator, (especially ones that operate in a highly organized networks with a lot of power), and to simultaneously expose yourself as a victim
of child sex abuse.
People have been murdered for speaking out about elite crime networks; that factor alone is usually enough to scare someone into keeping quiet. Especially at a young age as young people are very impressionable and easy to scare.
The people who they're accusing have the ability to turn the public eye on their victims
, and that alone has to be an insane amount of pressure. It's easy to forget that these people have the whole world watching them. It's incredibly difficult for people who aren't in the spotlight to talk about being molested as a child, let alone outing their rapist. Many of them never do. Now imagine how difficult that would be if the whole world was the audience for your very personal tragedy. It's not surprising that so many stars turn to drugs and drink in order to cope with the horrorshow.
Those who aren't afraid to speak up are truly brave.