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Evan Rachel Wood is going offline for a while. 

Following a recent sit-down with Rolling Stone in which she revealed two separate instances of "physical, psychological [and] sexual" abuse at the hands of a former significant other and then a bar owner, the Westworld star shared Tuesday that it's in her best interest to leave social media. 

"Will be taking a break from social media for the time being. Thank you for all your support and courageous stories. You are not alone. xo," Wood tweeted

In the aftermath of Evan's interview, the actress also posted the letter she sent to Rolling Stone elaborating on the sexual assaults, part of which was included in the published story. 

"I will not be ashamed," the 29-year-old wrote. "I will also not project some false idea of being completely over it because 'I am so strong.' I don't believe we live in a time where people can stay silent any longer. I certainly can't. Not given the state our world is in with its blatant bigotry and sexism."

Evan believes there should be less "pressure" put on sexual assault survivors to move on from such incidents, continuing, "I am still standing. I am alive. I am happy. I am strong, But I am still not ok... It's not that you can't get over it, it's just that you are never the same, or maybe I just haven't gotten there yet."

The actress said the abuse contributed to her attempting suicide at 22-years-old, a chapter in her life she told the mag was "weirdly, the best-worst thing that ever happened to me. 'Cause it did not work."

In 2011, Evan came out as bisexual and identifies as gender-fluid. Of that experience, she admit to Rolling Stone, "You know, bisexuality is worthy of eye rolls. And I didn't realize how damaging that was until I tried to have healthy relationships as an adult and realized that there was still all this shame and conditioning and stigma around my sexuality that was really affecting the way I related to people."

"I think I was taken advantage of because someone knew there was something about me that they could exploit."