Peter Andre spoke of the horrific racism that took place while living in Australia.
The 48-year-old stabbed him once during a night out in Sydney – which made him afraid to return to the nightclub until he was 30.
Singer Pete said: “There’s been a lot of incredible things in the last 30 years, from winning awards to world tours, to the ultimate blessing of having children.
“But there are also some difficult times.”
Write in your column for New! MagazinePete continued: “When my siblings and I were asked about childhood bullying and racism in Australia, I remembered a horrific incident at a nightclub in Sydney.
“A group of boys surrounded me and one of them put a knife to my throat and threatened to kill me there and then.
“That night really scared me and stopped me from going to places like clubs for a while.
“I visited them again in my thirties, but I always felt very cautious and restless.”
He was sent home dancing on the Ice Liberty Pool when fans screamed and “fixed” him as Bez saved again.
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Peter revealed in 2019 that he had been hospitalized after suffering a mental illness and had been in pain for more than ten years.
He said: “I have been treated in all kinds of hospitals, on medicine and with different doctors.”
Talking to an Irish chat host. Ray D. R.C., he explained: “When you talk to people right now and you talk about anxiety and you talk about bugs and things like that, some people see it as a weakness. ۔
“Some people see it as taboo – but the truth is, it’s very real. A lot of people are going through it.”