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Abbe Chatfield protests Roe vs Wade reversal with her own story

Abbie Chatfield tearfully shares intimate story of her own abortion experience as she weighs in on landmark Roe v. Wade decision

Abbie Chatfield has responded with an emotional response to the US Supreme Court decision to override the constitutional right of all American women to have legal access to an abortion service.

The original decision, known as Roe v. Wade, was made in 1973 and meant that states in the US could not ban abortions.

The former Bachelor star, 27, posted on Instagram on Saturday: “Will be speaking about Roe v. Wade on the podcast next week, too emotional now to summarize.”

Abbie Chatfield has spoken out on the US Supreme Court decision to override the constitutional right of all American women to have legal access to an abortion service.  Pictured: Abbie posted this emotional selfie on Instagram on Saturday

Abbie Chatfield has spoken out on the US Supreme Court decision to override the constitutional right of all American women to have legal access to an abortion service. Pictured: Abbie posted this emotional selfie to Instagram on Saturday

Abbie posted a tearful selfie with the message.

Later on Saturday, she reposted a video from 2019 in which the star of The Masked Singer shared intimate details about her own abortion experience at age 22.

The star captioned the post: “My 2019 abortion story video for all who need to hear it.”

The former Bachelor star, 27, posted on Instagram on Saturday: 'Will be talking about Roe v. Wade on next week's podcast, too emotional now to summarize'

The former Bachelor star, 27, posted on Instagram on Saturday: ‘Will be talking about Roe v. Wade on next week’s podcast, too emotional now to summarize’

The outspoken podcaster also informed her followers of upcoming street protests defending abortion rights in most major capital cities, including Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

Abbie explained why she wanted to share her abortion story and said she wanted to help people struggling with the problem.

At one point in the video, Abbie said that even talking about her abortion experience made her heart skip a beat.

She added that there was an “unnecessary taboo and stigma” women felt about abortion and the video was created to help her and others heal.

Later on Saturday, she posted another video from 2019 (pictured), in which the star of The Masked Singer shared intimate details about her own abortion experience at age 22.

Later on Saturday, she posted another video from 2019 (pictured), in which the star of The Masked Singer shared intimate details about her own abortion experience at age 22.

She added that there was an

She added that there was an “unnecessary taboo and stigma” women felt about abortion and the video was created to help her and others heal. Pictured: 2019 Abbie’s Emotional Instagram Post

US celebrities have expressed outrage over the Supreme Court decision.

Comedian Amy Schumer shared a link with pro-abortion organization Bans Off Our Bodies.

Actress Viola Davis added that she was “discovered.” Now more than ever we need to use our voice and strength! We, the people.’

Meanwhile, Australian-run software giant Atlassian has vowed to help pay for its US workers to get a safe abortion, saying it is “standing firm against” the US Supreme Court ruling.

The outspoken podcaster also informed her followers of upcoming street protests defending abortion rights in most major capital cities, including Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

The outspoken podcaster also informed her followers of upcoming street protests defending abortion rights in most major capital cities, including Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

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