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Han Ji-woo . Lee Seung-chul. Lee Seung-chul . In it, she wrote:. First there is the physical pain and never being able to forget it. The fear of having someone hold you down, the cheering and the laughter. I keep hearing it, like a ghostly voice. But the physical is nothing compared to the mental. That was not her first rape, either.
Misty was not alone in her suffering. More than one in three Native women are sexually assaulted in their lifetimes, a rate 2. On the red carpet, on set, alone in her hotel rooms, Misty was afflicted by panic attacks that began when she was a teen. She fought to control them with prescribed medications and alcohol, both of which she abused.
While her parents tried, they were not able to protect her from being damaged by her environment. During her time on the reservation, Misty became infected with the H pylori bacterium, common to places without clean water and proper sewage control and causing stomach ulcers. She threw up repeatedly until stomach acids ate her teeth and forced her to use dentures.
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It was fresh from that experience that Misty summoned the courage to declare her hopes to the world. She would become an actress. Not just any actress — the best. She was tough as nails. She never expressed self-pity. She would express pain or angst, but not self-pity.
Eventually, Misty was filmed auditioning in Seattle. At the age of 20, she appeared in her first feature, Skins. Charles left his job so he and his wife could stay with their daughter, who could not handle being alone. She cleaned houses between casting calls and film festivals, working tirelessly to keep herself and her family afloat. The list of her roles grew steadily — Jimmy P, August: Osage County, and Cake, released after her death — and with it, her status as the pre-eminent Native actor. Despite her success, mental illness and substance abuse continued to plague her.
Melissa Leo, who co-starred with Misty in Frozen River, was one of a constellation of supporters who let Misty couch surf as a respite from the needs and fights of her family. This pattern continued after Misty left California for Washington to stay with her father as he recovered from a stroke.
The medical examiner in King County ruled that Misty died due to blunt force trauma to the head and torso — injuries consistent with her plummet off a steep embankment. Using the cycles of fly larvae found in and around her body, the examiner dated the time of her death to the night of the first day of her disappearance. However, the medical examiner ruled that the manner of her death —whether by foul play, suicide or accident — could not be determined. Friends and family said she was addicted to benzodiazepines to quell her anxiety.
In her ongoing effort to bring her emotional and chemical balance under control, Misty had been prescribed Prozac, Ambien, Ativan, Xanax, Venlafaxine and Zoloft, her father said. Like many low-income people living with mental illness, Misty relied on emergency room care after she moved back to Washington, in part because she had difficulty re-establishing psychiatric care to continue her prescriptions for depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and PTSD. Reliant on the Indian Health Service, and perhaps unaware that she could supplement her healthcare with other resources under the Affordable Care Act, Misty was not able to secure a psychiatric appointment to continue her most critical prescriptions until late November — more than a month after she died, and more than five months after she moved back to Washington, according to her father.
This massive funding discrepancy shortchanges many people in serious need. Still, Misty kept her sense of humor. During an ER visit to treat a panic attack, a nurse asked her about working with Meryl Streep. Amid a flurry of film promotions, Misty learned she was pregnant, announcing on 28 May that she would name her child Leaf, whether it was a boy or a girl. The identity of the father remains unclear.
I am losing my pregnancy as we speak. I trust God and there is a reason. Leaf will return to me some day and it will be under better circumstances.
Thank you for all the prayers. Now I can focus on helping my parents to keep me busy. Family and friends said that her emotional state frayed as summer ceded to fall. Still, she used her online presence to promote awareness of issues that many others try to hide. On 18 August, she posted:.
The mentally ill. I will be one of the many who have decided to be honest with my feelings, not to get sympathy or attention but to let people know there is such a thing as mental illness and it is more common than you think.
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It is the edge of loneliness. But that with help there is a sunnyside. There is always a sunnyside. Misty was involuntarily committed that night — her third time. After Misty arrived at the ER we went to see her and she has a swollen jaw, black eye and scratches and bruises on her shoulder. I asked the ER staff what happened and they said Misty was brought in like that. Later on, the family would accuse the Auburn police department of brutality and mockery. The responding officers wrote reports about that August night for administrative review, and one contained an admission that none of the other officers reported to have seen or heard:.
I sarcastically questioned Upham about her profession and asked if she had ever met Hollywood actor Robin Williams … At one point I interrupted her threats by making an abrupt and spontaneous babble noise in an attempt to distract her from her rants and get her to quit yelling. It is unclear whether Misty sustained the scratches and bruises claimed by her family due to some prior event, police brutality, or as a byproduct of being dragged out of the bushes and handcuffed against her will while awaiting medical transport for a psychiatric evaluation.
That behavior was not consistent with our core values. Less than one week after officers took his daughter into custody in the deli parking lot for a psychiatric evaluation, Charles called According to the police, on 21 August Misty tried to hang herself and throw herself out her second floor window, both times restrained by her family. Misty was involuntarily committed again. On that day, her father said Misty was inconsolable. Once again, he dialed Charles said Misty ran off; he got his coat and ran right after her.
He told them she was not here, adding that they needed to find her now. She was gone. I need you to help me find her! You have to wait 24 hours for her to be missing. If someone wants to report somebody missing, we do so right away. Once her father called again to report Misty as missing on 6 October, Auburn police refused to elevate her status to endangered, which would issue a higher alert.