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15 Unsolved Cases Of Celebs Taking Their Own Lives

Death is certainly not a circumstance that anyone wants to deal with. When someone passes away, family members, friends, and other acquaintances are left behind to grieve their loss. The entertainment

Death is certainly not a circumstance that anyone wants to deal with. When someone passes away, family members, friends, and other acquaintances are left behind to grieve their loss. The entertainment industry is not immune from such instances and there are many celebrities who we have lost over the years. In some instances, there were shocking celebrity deaths that left people scratching their heads.

In 2016, we lost a list of celebrities including Muhammad Ali, Prince, David Bowie and many others. Already, in 2017, we lost actress Mary Tyler Moore who was “hospitalized with pneumonia due to complications from diabetes.”

While many celebrities die of natural causes, there are celebrity deaths due to homicide and in other cases, suicide. The lives of celebrities may seem to be easy street, but that is not always what’s going on behind closed doors. In their private lives, celebrities must contend with numerous issues.

One confirmed suicide is Robin Williams, who died in 2014. Williams ended himself at his California home after battling depression for years. His assistant discovered his body hanging from a closet door frame. Not long before his death, he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Sadly, there are many personal reasons that can cause a person to want to end their lives. Then sometimes, when celebrity deaths occur, the public wonders if circumstances were truly accidental. Read this list of 15 unsolved celeb deaths that may have been suicide.

15 Corey Haim

14 Bruce Lee

13 Marilyn Monroe

12 Anna Nicole Smith

11 Bobby Fuller

10 David Carradine

9 Thelma Todd

8 Heath Ledger

7 Misty Upham

6 Michael Hutchence

5 Whitney Houston

4 Bobbi Kristina Brown

3 Kurt Cobain

2 Jim Morrison

1 Elvis Presley

He was a singer (and actor) with the nickname “King of Rock N Roll”, who landed his first number one single “Heartbreak Hotel.” In August of 1977, he was scheduled to kick off his tour in Portland, Maine. However, his body was discovered in his bathroom of his Graceland mansion just the day before. His sudden death sent shock waves throughout the world and among his die-hard fans. The initial cause of death was reported to be heart failure, but after in-depth investigation, it was found that prescription drug abuse was a possible contributor. Based on toxicology results, the amount of codeine in his system was ten times over the typical “therapeutic level.” Several people began speculating that there was a conspiracy in his death and a possible cover-up.

Sources: People, HuffingtonPost, HollywoodReporter, NYDailyNews

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