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VIDEO: New-Look Mackenzie Phillips Talks Incest Backlash, Sister's Rehab

Mar. 17 2010, Published 1:18 p.m. ET

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Mackenzie Phillips showed off her new look Wednesday on Good Morning America, and the ex-One Day at a Time actress did not hold back as usual, talking about her recent surgical makeover, the backlash she received after her incest revelation last year and her sister Chynna's recent woes. has the clip of Phillips -- sporting $50,000 of Botox, Restylane, laser treatments, dental upgrades and hair extensions -- saying she has "no desire to erase anything" and that she's "really happy."

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Phillips, 50, also touched on the controversial confession she made in her 2009 book, High on Arrival, that her father John Phillips molested her at 18.

"I've learned from thousands of survivors across several continents... that there is no such thing as consensual incest, because of the inherent power," she said. "I do not believe my father had malicious intent... I believe he was a man who was ravaged by drugs and alcohol."

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She said she wouldn't connect the dots between her revelations and the recent problems of her sister Chynna, who was entered into a rehab program last month.

"I would stop short of saying that this is why Chynna ended up in rehab for anxiety. I love Chynna. And I support her recovery as she supports mine," she said.



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