Text Copyright 2015 – EricReports
It’s been almost a year since actor/comedian Robin Williams killed himself and yet we know as little now as we did then. Unlike the heroin overdose of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, (who was depressed over a failing marriage), we don’t have any evidence as to why R.W. committed suicide.
The official story is that on August 10, Mr. Williams retired for the night after speaking with his wife at 10:30 p.m. In his own separate bedroom, he at first attempted to slash his wrists, but then changed his mind, folding the knife back shut. Next, he propped himself up on a chair, wedging himself between the doors to his closet and the bedroom. There, he hanged himself with his belt. Death by asphyxiation. He was discovered the next morning at 11:45 a.m. by assistant Rebecca Spencer. His wife, Susan Schneider had left earlier to go on some errands.
After a police investigation, it was decided that Mr. Williams killed himself over a long-term depression. That may be true, but it’s only a theory. His wife issued the following statement…
“This morning, I lost my husband and my best friend, while the world lost one of its most beloved artists and beautiful human beings. I am utterly heartbroken.”
Did Ms. Schneider actually write this? It seems as if a lawyer did. It’s too careful and lacks real feeling. She refers to Robin as her “best friend”. Wives sometimes do this, but does this allude to a sexless marriage? Why the separate bedrooms?
Call it a gut feeling, but there’s something I don’t like about Ms. Schneider. The fake plastered on smiles in every picture with him. The fact that she didn’t change her last name. Most importantly, where’s the big interview we all waited for? The one where she explained what happened on their last night together? It never happened. Sorry to say, I think she’s hiding something. It seems as if on the morning of August 11th, she’s avoiding him. No breakfast. No conversation. No hello or goodbye. Nothing. What’s wrong here?
More Troubling Facts – Ms. Schneider immediately sold their home because it “terrified” her to be in it. Why? What’s she afraid of?
Feb. 2015: Ms. Schneider sues all three of his children for control of his estate, who have said she is acting against their father’s wishes made prior.
Right up to the last day, those who knew him, found him exhibiting normal behavior. The trail of evidence stops with his wife – – and she’s not saying anything about their last conversation.
Why did he marry her? As a last chance for happiness? Apparently, he didn’t find it with her.
This is purely conjecture, but if Ms. Schneider had asked for a divorce, that alone would’ve been reason enough. In the last year of his life, he was working on a TV-series, movies and planning another tour, all to pay massive alimony payments. A third divorce would kill many a man. There were rumors of marital troubles. I’m sure with the onset of Parkinson’s disease, depression and addictions, he wasn’t the easiest man in the world to live with. However, if Ms. Schneider had been there for him – would he have died? She’s not with him on the last night and she’s not with him in the morning. Doesn’t that speak for itself?
Ms. Schneider, if you read this, I would have to say that your silence is deafening.