But one thing does remain unanswered -- how did Caitlyn pick her name?
According to multiple reports, actress Natasha Richardson is being airlifted to a new hospital and is still alive.
Time Out New York is reporting, however, that the actress is "brain dead" and will not survive.
Monday afternoon, Lindsay Kaplan of Time Out New York sent out the following press release:
EXCLUSIVE: Time Out New York learns of actress's untimely death. She will be greatly missed.
Last night it was reported that the actor Natasha Richardson had critically injured her head in a skiing accident at the Mont Tremblant resort outside of Montreal, Canada. Although public reports have not yet confirmed it, sources close to Richardson’s family and friends say they have already been told the awful news: She did not survived the accident.
This precipitate loss is a terrible one. Richardson was only 45 and had two adolescent sons; our thoughts go to them and to her husband, the actor Liam Neeson. The theater world, too, is bereft by her departure. Richardson has been the most verdant new branch of one of the great English theatrical family trees: the child of Vanessa Redgrave and the late Tony Richardson, the niece of Lynn Redgrave and Corin Redgrave, granddaughter of Michael Redgrave. She has pursued the family business with uncommon class and distinction. On Broadway—in Anna Christie, Closer, A Streetcar Named Desire and especially in her Tony-winning turn as Sally Bowles in Cabaret—her work has been elegant, smart and forceful. She will be missed.
Shakespeare’s words from Cymbeline cascade to mind:
Fear no more the heat o’ the sun Nor the furious winter’s rages; Thou thy worldly task hast done Home art gone, and ta’en thy wages; Golden lads and girls all must As chimney-sweepers, come to dust.
As they were the only ones reporting this, PerezHilton.com emailed Time Out New York asking, "This is 100% true????"
Lindsay Kaplan wrote us back, saying, "Unfortunately, confirmed to us by friends of the family. Terrible news. I used to be their boys' camp counselor."
After more than 40 minutes, Time Out New York emailed us again to clarify, saying:
Sorry about the confusion. We spoke to source, who confirms "brain dead and will not survive", and therefore, her friends and family are mourning her unofficial death.
My apologies with the semantics issue.
Please let me know if you have more questions — I have copied Michael Freidson, TONY's editor in chief.
Lindsay Kaplan and Micael Freidson should be ashamed at their irresponsible journalism! Especially with something SO serious!
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