Top Gun star Kelly McGillis has turned her back on men for good - reportedly confirming persistent rumours she is gay.
The actress been subjected to gossip about her sexuality throughout her career but she repeatedly denied speculation she was a lesbian.
But now MCGillis has apparently confirmed she's shunning men in favour of a female lover.
According to Radar Online, she says, "I'm done with the man thing. I did that, I need to move on in life. That's another part of being true to yourself... that's been a challenge for me personally.
"I think that (accepting my homosexuality) was an ongoing process from the time I was about 12. I had a lot of things happened that convinced me that God was punishing me for being gay. That was a hard process."
MCGillis has been wed twice and has two daughters from her marriage to Fred Tillman. The couple divorced in 2002.
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