Klaus Kinsky’s Daughter Claims He Sexually Abused Her

German actor Klaus Kinski’s daughter is now coming forward claiming her father sexually abused her since the age of five. Pola Kinski stated her accusation in an exclusive chat with German magazine Stern, according to The Hollywood Reporter. She says her father raped her multiple times, alongside 14 years of violent abuse.

According to FOX News, Klaus Kinski died in 1991 of a heart attack at the age of 65, best known for his roles the German films “Aguirre, the Wrath of God” and “Cobra Verde.” He also had parts in the American movies such as “A Time to Love and A Time to Die” and “Decision Before Dawn.”

Pola is the actor’s eldest daughter by his first wife, singer Gislinde Kuhlbeck, who he divorced in 1955. In Pola Kinski’s German autobiography, she said her father saw her as:

“his little sex object, bedded on a silk cushion … I didn’t want to, but he didn’t care. He just took whatever he wanted.”

Pola said he was violent with her, throwing her against the wall and raping her and then attempting to make up for it with expensive gifts, says the Hollywood Reporter.

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Pola Kinski adds:

“I can’t hear it anymore: ‘Your father! Great! A genius! I always liked him. The idolization has only gotten worse since his death.”

Klaus Kinski laid out his love life in his 1988 autobiography “All I Need is Love.” He is also the father of Nastassja Kinski.

Wow, and we thought Lindsay Lohan had it bad.