Brooke Shields’ daughters ‘mad’ she didn’t warn them about doc

Brooke Shields says she got in “trouble” with her daughters for not warning them about the dark details in her new documentary, “Pretty Baby.”

“There’s a lot in the documentary they did not know about,” the model, 57, told People Wednesday of Rowan, 19, and Grier, 16, whom she shares with her husband, Chris Henchy.

“I got in trouble with them … because they were mad that I didn’t inform them about everything,” she went on. “But needless to say, it opened up some other conversations.”

In the candid film, Shields revealed she was raped shortly after graduating from college in 1987.

Brooke Shields with her daughters
Brooke Shields got in “trouble” with her daughters for not warning them about her new documentary.
Brooke Shields poses for a photo
Shields didn’t tell Rowan and Grier about all of the dark details in “Pretty Baby.”

The former child star recalled that she was trying to get back into Hollywood in her 20s after studying at Princeton University and had dinner with a man to discuss possible acting projects.

The man, whom she didn’t identify, allegedly convinced her to go back to his hotel, where he claimed he would call her a cab.

“I go up to the hotel room, and he disappears for a while,” Shields remembered, noting that he later returned to the room naked.

Brooke Shields poses for a portrait to promote the film "Pretty "Baby."
Shields spoke out for the first time about being raped after college.

“I didn’t fight that much. I didn’t. I just absolutely froze. I thought one ‘No’ should’ve been enough, and I just thought, ‘Stay alive and get out,’ and I just shut it out,” she said.

“God knows I knew how to be disassociated from my body. I’d practiced that.”

The “Suddenly Susan” alum admitted she did not process the assault for a long time and even blamed herself at one point.

Brooke Shields and Chris Henchy posing with their daughters.
The actress shares the teens with her husband, Chris Henchy.

“He said to me, ‘I can trust you, and I can’t trust people.’ It’s so cliché, it’s practically pathetic,” she shared.

“I believed somehow I put out a message, and that was how the message was received. I drank wine at dinner. I went up to the room. I just was so trusting.”

Shields spoke out about her experiences because she felt it was “important that we have that dialogue.”

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“I have young girls, and we didn’t have social media and TikTok, and that’s a whole other animal. And it’s been happening since the dawn of time, and it’s more dangerous than ever,” she told People.

“So these kinds of conversations are really important to have for our young women … because we need to be honest about what we’re facing and how to find our own agency. And we need these young women to find their own agency as early as possible.”

The “Blue Lagoon” star previously spoke out about being sexualized in Hollywood from the age of 11 when she appeared nude in the 1978 film “Pretty Baby” — which inspired the name of her upcoming Hulu doc — with a then-29-year-old Keith Carradine.