Just days after Ashley Judd's bombshell admission in her new book that she was sexually abused as a child, her mother Naomi Judd reveals she too was abused, RadarOnline.com reports.

While on 'The View' to promote her upcoming reality series, 'The Judds,' the country singer recalled the day two years ago that she first voiced what happened.

"I never told a single soul until about two years ago we were sitting at our kitchen table with our therapist...and he asked me what was your first memory?" Judd said. "And I said 'well, it was being sexually abused is my first memory.'"

"He said, 'why didn't you tell your mother?' and then I fell apart because I realized I didn't trust my mother," she continued.

Naomi's daughter Wynonna, who joined her on 'The View,' shared how her mother told her. "She told me on the tour... and I was really was a little resentful that the cameras were on because it's such a personal thing, but I think we're willing to step out on faith and hope that it helps someone else to tell someone because there is a lot of shame and secrecy and it shows that everyone in our family that this is affecting us and to watch out for the next generation."