Former Desperate Housewives star Teri Hatcher denies all allegations saying she is already broke, homeless, and living in a van, adding that all accusations are "totally absurd."
"It's categorically false. I am not broke. I have done very well investing my money. I'm not homeless. And I'm not living out of my van," Hatcher told KTLA 5 correspondent Sam Rubin.
In the same interview, Hatcher explained why she is seen apparently living out of a van.
"I am shooting my YouTube series Van Therapy in my van," Hatcher said. The 53-year-old former National Football League cheerleader said that this is the best time to talk about her current project in time for the International Women's Day celebration.
It was reported that Hatcher is currently talking to her attorney about pursuing legal actions against the tabloids who distributed malicious information about her.
"I just felt like even not for me, someone has to say 'you can't do this. You can't egregiously lie, hurtfully, with such a ridiculous story' that it's a kind of harassment and bullying that we can't take anymore," Hatcher said.
The van that the tabloids are referring to is the green 1978 Volkswagen bus camper, which Hatcher has owned for many years. The actress also used the same van on a road trip with daughter Emerson Tenney in California in March 2016.
Hatcher also took the van to various out-of-town trips. Currently, she is shooting episodes on her YouTube series titled Van Therapy. As the host, Hatcher talks to people about various topics while being filmed inside her camper van.
In some occasions, Hatcher would drive around in her camper van and stop by streets to talk to random people about their personal issues.
Episodes of Van Therapy are published in Hatcher's YouTube channel called Hatching Change, where she also hosts a cooking series titled Don't Eat "IT" Out of a Box.
"Even with all our technology, I think many of us feel more alone than ever, which is ironic," Hatcher said, adding that she makes it a point to share her story with other people. She said that it has become her personal mission to let other people know they are not alone in their battles.
A feature article in Haute Living in February showed Hatcher posing at the back of her van in a long beige dress. Another image also had the mom of one seated by the pool in a floral dress.