The British soap star who lost her children to her ex-husband was apparently "struggling to cope with the death of her parents" before losing custody
- One of Britain's leading actresses allegedly wrote about her personal experience
- According to reports, she launched a furious attack on her husband saying that she "hated his insides".
- Sources have said he was struggling with the death of a father at the time of the battle
Lara Keay for Mailonline
A disconsolate soap star who lost her children to her ex-husband in a custody battle was struggling with the death of one of her parents at that time.
According to reports, the actress, who can not be named for legal reasons, traveled to social networks to share her devastation for the loss before quickly removing the publications.
She also launched a furious attack on her husband, whom she allegedly accused of being secretly addicted to pornography.
A source told the Sun that he was "struggling with the death of a father." They found him very hard and fought with his pain. "
One of the biggest soap stars in Britain, which can not be named for legal reasons, has apparently spoken of her torment over the loss of custody of her children. Image of woman used
The soap star published: "It breaks my heart so much." No mother deserves this punishment.
& # 39; I was wrong, I admit it, but I do not deserve to lose [them]. I hope that you [sic] happy. I hate your character. & # 39;
She did not elaborate on how she had "spoiled" her personal life, but said she was "disconsolate" for being separated from her children.
When a friend commented in support, he reportedly replied: "Thank you, honey, my heart is broken, how sad that I met a boy who looked at these things all our married life.
She did not go on to explain how it had been "spoiled".
A source close to the television star, which is a well-known name, receives support from his friends in the industry.
They told the Daily Star: "Many people in the business had no idea what was going on."
The actress did not respond to the newspaper's requests for comments last night.