Selma Blair in Los Angeles on September 21, 2021.

Actress Selma Blair, a Hollywood darling of the late ’90s and early ’00s, is making headlines this week, discussing her new memoir “Mean Baby,” which reveals heartbreaking details of life, including some growing up in Michigan.

Blair, who turns 50 next month, recounts bouts of alcoholism that began at age 7 and lasted for decades, two suicide attempts and incidents of sexual assault, including one he said happened to him as a teenager in Cranbrook.

Blair accuses a dean of the Cranbrook schools of kissing and touching her.

“We hugged. It felt too long, too still and too quiet,” she wrote, noting that it was during her freshman year. “His hand went to the small of my back, tracing the space just above my tailbone. His lips were on my mouth.”

She did not identify him by name.

The bombshell, published on Wednesday by people magazine Before the book’s release on May 17, he was previously unknown to the elite private prep school in Bloomfield Hills, Clay Matthews, the school’s director of communications, told the Free Press.

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