The Monster-in-Law star has opened up about her own makeovers, revealing she has had work done on her face and neck and underwent an operation to remove bags under her eyes, but insists her enhancements had nothing to do with sexual abuse, like that suffered by her mother, Frances Ford Seymour.

And she fears women who are abused sexually, physically or mentally take surgery too far as they attempt to change their past.

She tells Britain's The Guardian newspaper, "The danger with surgery is you say, 'Oh this is good, let me do more'. It can be an addiction.

"Thirty per cent of women were sexually abused when they were young. And a woman who has been sexually abused will have a tendency to go too far. When you're young it can be (self harm) and when you're older it can be plastic surgery.

"When I see a woman who's made her face a mask I say, 'I bet, I bet...' People don't realise sexual abuse is an epidemic. And it has a lot to with why women are distorting their faces with plastic surgery."