TLC reality star Kat Von D spoke candidly about seeking "love and light."
Just one verse each day.
The Hollywood tattoo artist Kat Von D of L.A. Ink caught a lot of attention recently when she shared her thoughts on Instagramabout tossing out her books on witchcraft.
The post featured several photos, including one of discarded tarot cards — the theme for a couple of Von D’s collections, a make-up line as well as a series of tattoo designs.
“I got a lot of things wrong in my past,” the 40-year-old reality TV star who grew up in Mexico as the child of Seventh Day Adventist missionaries explained to her 8.4 million followers, “I just don’t want to invite any of these things into our family’s lives, even if it comes disguised in beautiful covers.”
This is not the first time Von D, whose full name is Katherine Von Drachenberg, has expressed remorse for past choices. In December 2020, she shared a video of her “black out” tattoo, one to cover over other tattoos she now regrets: “They were landmarks of dark times,” she explained.
Evangelical Pastor Joshua Reyesreacted to Von D’s July 21st announcement by encouraging fans to be supportive:
“Just yesterday we baptized 2 ex-satanists and we’ve recently had an increase in people seeking deliverance ministry. While many are completely blind to what is taking place in the spiritual realm, others are waking up and making changes. Happy for Kat making this change and going public. Hopefully next we’ll hear about a journey of faith! It may be a long process but every journey begins with a single step! Praying for Kat and all who are walking out their own process of freedom and deliverance from darkness!”