Modern Family IRL! Julie Bowen Helped TV Daughter Sarah Hyland Escape An Abusive Relationship!


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Julie Bowen might have solely performed Sarah Hyland’s mom on TV, however her maternal instincts for her prolong far past the display.

During Monday’s episode of The Skinny Confidential Him & Her podcast, host Lauryn Bosstick took a dialog with the 54-year-old right into a surprisingly critical route. She requested her about her Modern Family daughter’s very real-life abusive relationship — which Julie helped her get out of! Lauryn mentioned:

“Sarah Hyland gives you credit for saving her life after a violent relationship … you were like, it sounds like, a mother to her.”

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Giving extra context, Julie responded:

“Oh, that’s very sweet. Of her … I was a responsible adult that happened to be around at the right time. I mean, I’m sure another responsible adult would have done the exact same thing. I just love her.”

According to courtroom paperwork, Sarah invited Julie over to her dwelling in 2014 to assist her break up along with her then-boyfriend Matthew Prokop. At the time, the then 23-year-old claimed Prokop was each bodily and verbally abusive to her. During the breakup, Matthew allegedly went right into a rage, and Julie suggested Sarah to depart the premises. Sarah finally obtained a three-year restraining order towards him.

So yeah, feels like momma is being a bit modest right here. Watch the total interview clip (under):


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Wow… Who is aware of what would have occurred if Julie wasn’t there. We don’t even need to give it some thought. We’re simply so glad she WAS there and that Sarah was principally okay.

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If you or somebody you realize is experiencing home violence, assist is accessible. Consider calling the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 800-799-7233, or textual content START to 88788, or go to

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