“People Say I Murdered Anthony Bourdain”
The 61-year-old host of CNN's Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown hanged himself in the bathroom of a room at Le Chambard hotel in Kaysersberg, a village in the Alsace region of France on 8th of June, 2018. There was no evidence of foul play in his death.
Anthony Bourdain had traveled with his best friend and fellow chef Éric Ripert. "Tony had been in a dark mood these past couple of days," but that she had no idea why he might have decided to kill himself. "He had everything. Success beyond his wildest dreams. Money beyond his wildest dreams," Gladys (Bourdain’s mother) said. "He is absolutely the last person in the world I would have ever dreamed would do something like this."
So, the reason behind the famous chef hanging himself is still unknown. However, the fans/people are been accusing Asia Argento (Bourdain’s girlfriend) of murdering her late boyfriend after she admitted that they weren’t faithful to each other.
Asia Argento gave a shocking revelation about her late 61-year-old boyfriend Anthony Bourdain‘s devastating suicide and also revealed some heartbreaking details about their life together and the aftermath of his death. The grief-stricken actress got emotional when discussing Anthony’s pain during an interview with DailyMailTV and was brutally honest about unappealing issues, including claims that they both cheated on each other. She also talked about the backlash she has received from Anthony’s fans. Some blame her cheating for the chef’s death since she was seen with another man just three days before he took his own life.
“People say I murdered him,” she said in the interview. “They say I killed him. But I understand that the world needs to find a reason. I would like to find a reason too. I don’t have it. Maybe I would feel some solace in thinking there was something that happened. I understand that people wanted to blame me because he was so deeply loved and he entered in the hearts of so many people, into their lives, into their hearts. So in a way I understand that they [want to] see me as the negative person, the destroyer.”
Asia then went on to insist that their two year relationship had nothing to do with his demise. “Anthony was a very smart man, one of the smartest people I have met – wise, deep,” she continued. “People need to think that he killed himself for something like this? He had cheated on me too. It wasn’t a problem for us. He was a man who traveled 265 days a year when we saw each other we took really great pleasure in each other’s company. But we are not children. We are grown-ups. Anthony was 62. I was 42. We had lives, we had wives and husbands, we had children. I cannot think of Anthony as somebody who would do an extreme gesture like this for something like that.”
The world still grieves for the loss of one of the most loved and talented human being, but to blame his girlfriend for his death is far-stretched and outrageous. Asia’s guilt about not being able to see how much pain Anthony had inside of him before his death still disturbs her. She said, “What I do feel terrible about is that he had so much pain inside of him and he didn’t share it, I did not see it. And for that I will feel guilty for the rest of my life.”