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Gia Allemand's Boyfriend Told Her He Didn't Love Her Anymore Hours Before Her Suicide

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On August 12, the world lost a beautiful spirit.

Bachelor star Gia Allemand hung herself in her New Orleans apartment, hours after arguing with boyfriend Ryan Anderson, according to a police report.

Twenty-nine year old Gia was concerned over suspicions that her NBA boyfriend was cheating on her. As he dropped her off at her place, she told him she still loved him but he replied:

"I don't love you anymore."

Then, two hours later, Anderson went to Gia's apartment after a concerned phone call from her mother. There he found her hanging, with a suicide note leaving all of her property to her mother.

Rushed to the hospital, Gia was pronounced dead two days later after she was taken off from life support. Anderson called her the most beautiful person he knew, inside and out.

Gia's memorial service took place earlier this week, heartbreaking but celebratory of the life she lived.

This is such a sad story of loss and tragedy. Nobody should ever feel so unloved that they feel death is the only escape.

We sincerely hope Gia has found peace now.

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21 comments to “Gia Allemand's Boyfriend Told Her He Didn't Love Her Anymore Hours Before Her Suicide”



  1. 1

    She needed a lot of help. People break up all the time, hell, I got out of a 4 year long relationship. I was devastated but I never thought of hurting myself or even him. Suicide is always sad, if she hung in there a little longer it would have gotten so much better.



  2. 2

    I feel sorry for the boyfriend. I hope he gets help. It's not his fault that she was (clearly!) mentally unstable.



  3. 3

    Poor thing. She searched for love so badly on and off screen. And you could tell she's the kind of woman to love hard. I feel bad for the boyfriend too. To find her, then probably blame himself. Hopes he seeks councilling.

  4. Lis says – reply to this


    4

    No douchebag guy is worth killing yourself over. There are MANY worthwhile guys … sometimes it takes awhile to find one. Life goes on, you get over that loser, trust me. Ending your life over a guys hurtful words is just sad. Why not leave mental illness out of it f**kfaces?

  5. Francesca says – reply to this


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    I wonder if he had the intent to go over and fix things with her….yes she is mentally unstable, and that she should not have resorted to suicide, but just goes to show that you shouldn't say anything you'll later regret

  6. anna says – reply to this


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    She was very fragil and unstable.
    I saw a little of the bachelor pad, and crearly she was that king of person that looks for affection and needed a lot of that. Very needy.
    Poor girl, she was beautiful.
    Hope her boyfriend gets some consoling, he'll need it if this really happend, because although this was not his fault, he'll felt like it (if he's a normal person)



  7. 7

    Hey Perez, we don't love you any more. What are you going to do about it?

  8. whateveryou says – reply to this


    8

    Don't know why the press keeps trying to point this out. Either the girl was troubled or she wasn't. No healthy minded person wraps their life around another like that. Especially to the point of destroying their own lives. It's very sad. But doesn't have a thing to do with the ex-bf. If she clung so badly to him , she would have done the same to another.

  9. opal_moonfire says – reply to this


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    "Anderson called her the most beautiful person he knew, inside and out". Yet hours before, he told this poor girl that he doesn't love her anymore, breaks her heart, and makes her feel worthless enough to take her own life. Whether she was unstable or not, that was a very shitty thing to do. I don't feel bad for him in the least. SMH

  10. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Re: opal_moonfire – Maybe better to say you don't feel the same way, or that you love them, but probably not in the right way to consider a future. Rough all around. Diplomacy is a skill learned later in life, and rare at their age. He did go back, so his awareness was there; just not refined yet.

  11. Jack says – reply to this


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    Re: opal_moonfire – No one is responsible for a suicide except the person who takes their own life. If it wasn't this relationship, it would be another one. Break-ups are hard, but we all have them. The internal tools we have to deal with the break-up is what dictates how we will choose to heal. Wish that she would have known inside that
    she was perfect all by herself - without anyone else… but she didn't. RIP dear GIa.

  12. beesweet says – reply to this


    12

    Obviously, the boyfriend was not being honest and open with Gia. He should have broken up with her before starting a new relationship with another woman. When a man tells you he is no longer in love with you means he has started dating & sleeping with someone else. Gia's intuition was right and He was not being truthful to her after (2) years of dating this jerk! This is such a sad story of loss and tragedy. No person should ever feel so unloved that they feel death is the only way out.



  13. 13

    Gia's death is as a result of her depression not less and nothing more than that! For many a depressive life is pure 'pain/torment' and so exacting, that suicide seems to be reasonable and viable option. Even when one moves to a place that one's demons have been slayed; getting therapy; on maximum dose of drug therapy and yet still the thoughts remain. The awful helpless sense of despair, what then? The individual needs to find a reason to live that is just about them.

    Suicide is perhaps the last act of defiance - two fingers to the world "life if you wanted me to live, you should have treated me better". Or perhaps suicide is just wanting peace, stillness, nothingness because the pain/torment is just too much.

    I repeat, depression is to blame for Gia's death.

  14. Jene says – reply to this


    14

    Can't people just mind their own business instead of acting like bloody vultures and trying to make the guy look like he's responsible for what happened? She killed herself. End of the story. She clearly had her own issues and breaking up with someone is not a crime.

  15. Bug says – reply to this


    15

    What I can't believe is that these people are posing with a chained endangered monkey.

  16. Megan says – reply to this


    16

    I don't know why I'm seeing/realizing this just now but I graduated high school with that guy and he's always been such an asshole!



  17. 17

    Re: Bernise Julian – Depression is not the only cause of suicide. There's many psychological disorders that can result in suicide (i.e. ones that cause hallucinations, the low point of bipolar disorder). In addition, chemically induced suicide occurs, from use of drugs that alter your thinking. Overally, suicide has many factors in it.

  18. Alphonso says – reply to this


    18

    i can understand why she might be upset, he looks like a great guy, but what happened is called natural selection, the strong live and the weak die…

  19. jumpjumpjump says – reply to this


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    "Overally", for me, it's peoples bad advice and equally horrible grammar that makes me wanna JUMP!- SHOOT, SLICE, SWALLOW-HANG myself.

    Re: jezebel_dawlin

  20. hanged says – reply to this


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    Re: Jumperchu

    Hey Jumperchu,
    With all do respect, she "hung" in there for a pretty good while. Hence her death.

  21. Najpert says – reply to this


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    Correction: No guy/person/thing weather douchebag or great is worth killing yourself over ….