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By the new millennium, she was back in Hollywood’s good graces with her award-winning performance in Excision.
Aside from acting, Lords launched her music career with the single “Love Never Dies” on the Pet Sematary Two soundtrack and then signed a record deal with Radioactive Records.
Women cleaned it and a strong opinion was rewarded with a fat lip.” Although her parents later divorced when she was seven years old, that wasn’t the end of Nora’s abuse when, at 10 years old, she was raped by a 16-year-old boy who threatened to kill her if she snitched.
Carrying a heavy burden of secrets before she was old enough to drive, Lords moved to California with her mother and sister in what became yet another turning point in her life as her mother’s boyfriend, a coke dealer, encouraged her to use drugs.
Despite the scandal, Lords cashed in on the publicity and, in 1988, appeared in her first mainstream film titled Not of This Earth.
The single even made it onto the soundtrack for the 1995 film adaptation of Mortal Kombat, which was certified as double platinum and boosted Lords’ popularity even more.
I was fooling myself, and I was a little brat, really.
And on the inside, I was a really scared, really hurt little girl.” Since then, Lords has come a long way after going through absolute hell battling drug addiction and scandal to turn her life around.
This success eventually led Lords back to the music industry in the mid-2000s when she released her dance album titled Traci Lords Presents: M2F2 with hits like “He’s My B***h.” Amid her success as an actress and recording artist, Lords never shied away from her past and the scandal of her early career as an underage porn star.
In 2003, she published her autobiography titled Traci Lords: Underneath It All, which was praised by critics and became a New York Times best seller.