Robin Williams passed away as the result of a suicide, but it was just revealed that he was suffering from the early stages of Parkinson’s Disease. Up first, “People” covered the life and death of the comic genius with their newest issue (as seen above).
The “National Enquirer” covers Robin’s tortured final minutes leading up to his untimely death:
Lastly, “In Touch Weekly” talks about Robin’s final minutes and claims to have the scoop on why he “couldn’t take it anymore”. The tabloid claims to know what his final words were — despite the fact that he died alone in his home. The magazine also says that he had some secret suicide notes, also despite the FACT that none were found on or near his body when it was found.
It’s such a shame that the magazine has to make stuff up in order to try and capitalize off of the death of someone so loved by the public. No one really knows what his last words were or what his final minutes consisted of. We do know that he battled depression for his entire life, but succumbed to mental illness and took his own life.
With the exception of “People”, the other two tabloids should be ashamed for trying to make a quick buck off of Robin’s death. Save yourselves the money and don’t pick up this nonsense, people. Seriously.