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Cory Monteith's Mom Breaks Her Silence On Twitter!

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It's going to be a long and hard road to normalcy for Cory Monteith's mom, Ann McGregor, after her son's tragic passing.

But the Glee mama is finally taking the next step towards healing by speaking out on Twitter, less than 3 weeks after the sad news of Cory's death.

Ann tweeted her thanks for all the fan support during this very difficult time, saying:

She hasn't spoken to any media about the 31-year-old actor's passing, and wanted to confirm that any quotes appearing in the press were not her own:

It's been a brutal few weeks for this strong lady, but hopefully she can lean on Cory's girlfriend, Lea Michele, during this very difficult time.

[Image via FayesVision/WENN.]

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6 comments to “Cory Monteith's Mom Breaks Her Silence On Twitter!”

  1. 1

    fuck this gay drug addict…glad he's dead

  2. CourtneySucks says – reply to this


    Shut the fuck up about this junkie already! It's sad he died but you're milking it for all it's worth and I, along with other readers, are SICK to death of him.

  3. barb says – reply to this


    If you're" sick to death of him" why would you click on a piece written about him. Just skip what you don't want to read about…that would be the "intelligent " thing to do.

  4. CourtneySucks says – reply to this


    Re: barb – Eat shit.

  5. Kathy Montgomery says – reply to this


    You can see the pain even when he's smiling. Rest in peace, beautiful boy.

  6. Jeed says – reply to this


    Re: MVPnis – Your just a sick, ignorant person that needs to learn some respect for others.