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"He was a master at being able to be happy and nice to everybody else but whispering these negative things to me," she says. You know, if she [had] seen you looking sad, she would come ask you what's wrong and make sure you're okay." On March 1, 2009, police say the 18-year-old from Charlotte, North Carolina, was gunned down by her ex-boyfriend.
"I'd start complaining to my friends, and they're like: 'Well, he's fine, girl. Everything's fine.'" Although she was one of the top 10 models in the world at the time, she says her self-esteem sunk lower and lower. Charney's ex-boyfriend Gary Daniel has been charged with her murder and has not yet entered a plea.
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I went to her crib and kissed her, but then she came to my house on a whole 'nother network and kissed me again.
"The message this story sends to teen girls and boys everywhere is disturbing, and it is also dangerous," Oprah Winfrey says. use this as a moment to allow our society to begin to grow." Oprah believes this story can be a teaching moment for every teen and parent. "And if a man hits you once, he will hit you again." Oprah.com: 10 questions to ask your teens Over the past few years, talk show host Tyra Banks has interviewed both Brown and Rihanna.
"Rihanna told me her parents used to argue so intensely, she used to get these headaches, these migraines that were almost not even treatable with medicine," Banks says.
"We're hoping that Charney, what happened to her, people will look at it and realize that this type of situation isn't for you," Keisha says. "She was just herself." Keisha, Watt''s friend since the eighth grade, says Watt's boyfriend used to come to all of her games."He used to come and see her cheer and come with her mom," she says. Oprah.com: Meet more women who are struggling with dating violence From The Oprah Winfrey Show Subscribe to O, The Oprah Magazine for up to 75% off the newsstand price. Supermodel Tyra Banks gave BET’s “106 & Park” host Bow Wow more than just an interview when she appeared on his show this week.
On the outside, Banks says no one could see the signs. Friends say high school senior and cheerleader Charney Watt was one-of-a-kind. "She was also a leader in her community, and being a cheerleader, you have to influence other people.