Pussycat Dolls singer Kaya Jones says she regrets her abortions

"I have a Grammy but none of it will bring my children back."

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA

Singer Kaya Jones, a former member of the Pussycat Dolls, recently shared regret over past abortions saying, "I have a Grammy but none of it will bring my children back."

Jones, 38, who has become an outspoken pro-life activist, made the comments during the Walk For Life West Coast pro-life event in San Francisco on January 20.

The singer took the stage and revealed that she has had three abortions, decisions that she "deeply regrets." Jones claimed that she had been pressured to seek out the procedure during her time with the Pussycat Dolls, according to Fox News.

"It harmed me and I felt like as though someone had took something that had always belonged in my body. I remember waking up and feeling like someone took my rib or my kidney and it was never going to come back…I don’t know the death date of my first child and I will never know the birth date. There’s no grave I can go to, to mourn the death," she told the crowd.

The defining moment for Jones, she said, was when she was performing on stage and saw two young girls in the audience looking up at her with adoration. She had been recovering from an abortion during that time and that's when it struck: Jones didn't want those girls to look at her as a role model.

"The Lord used [them] to speak to me that day," said Jones. "That conviction…hit me to my core."

The singer went on to explain how her abortions created a void in her heart that wasn't filled by wealth or fame.

"There's nothing beautiful about it. No matter how much money you may have, no matter how much fame you may receive, no matter how many records you may sell. The Pussycat Dolls ultimately sold 50 million singles worldwide, over 30 million albums worldwide and I have a Grammy, but none of it will bring my children back," she said.

In the past, Jones compared her time with the girls' group to that of being in a prostitution ring. She also likened her alleged experiences to that of pop star Britney Spears's conservatorship.

“It feels like you’re a slave, literally, to your dream," Jones said, according to Billboard. "You have no access to personal thoughts, space, choices, decisions. You are an owned commodity. What you eat has been decided for you, where you live is gonna be decided for you. Ultimately, you can’t have a child. The level of control is to the point of, ‘Who am I?'"

Speaking to Students for Life last year, Jones took a trip down memory lane and revealed that she had three abortions, with the first occurring at age 16 or 17. When she found out she was pregnant while being a member of the Pussycat Dolls, Jones claims she was reportedly told to "get rid of it."

Another abortion occurred after she had allegedly been sexually assaulted at the age of 30, which occurred after she had left the girls' group.

“Do you ever get over it? Never,” said Jones. “It is something that you will live with for the rest of your life.”

The singer, who is an ambassador for the National Diversity Coalition for Trump, went on by saying, "Children are a blessing from God."

"I hope to one day be able to be a mom, I hope to be a wife and get to to be able to share what I do believe is the greatest gift, and ultimately the greatest job you’ll ever have on this planet as a woman, to be a mother," said Jones.

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