Cher says man tried to kill her in New York during the 1980s
Cher feeds ‘world’s loneliest elephant’ at his new home in Cambodia
Cher greets ‘world’s loneliest elephant’ upon arrival in Cambodia
Cher travels to Pakistan to see ‘world’s loneliest elephant’
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Cher claims a deranged man tried to kill her when she was starring on Broadway back in 1982.
The Oscar winner said the terrifying ordeal occurred while she was appearing in “Come Back to the 5 & Dime Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean,” and a man was waiting for her at the stage door.
“I thought he was going to shake my hand, and he grabbed my arm and put it behind my back,” she told The Guardian’s G2 magazine. “He started pushing me down the alleyway, and he said, ‘If you make a sound, I’ll kill you.’ Two fans, who later became friends, saw something was wrong, and they started screaming and ran towards me, and he ran away.”
The “Strong Enough” singer has recently been in the news for successfully spearheading a campaign to rescue Kaavan, the “world’s loneliest elephant” from a Pakistani zoo.
And that’s not the only pachyderm the 74-year-old performer is helping. She’s also set her sights on another elephant and a gorilla.
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