The book will capture Anderson's spiritual journey, the abuse she suffered in her younger years, and will then culminate with her dramatic four-year marriage to David Carradine. And if court papers from their divorce in 2003 are anything to go by, it is going to be one shocking read.
Anderson claimed in the documents that she was not only physically abused by her former husband, but that he also degenerated her in public by touching her inappropriately. It also tells that his 'deviate behaviour' included 'an incestuous relationship with a very close family member' which in the end permeated their marriage.
But while Anderson plans to bare her butt and tell-all in the book, she won't name the person involved in this relationship.
“She wants to help other people, not exploit them," Fox News quoted her representative as saying, before adding that Anderson already had a draft of the book written before Carradine died from asphyxia in June this year.