Yesterday, family and friends of Ryan Dunn went to his memorial service to pay their respects. It had to have been the hardest day since the accident.
Among those grieving were Bam and his wife, Glenn Howerton and Rob McElhenney from Always Sunny, and Johnny Knoxville, who spoke.
Also, yesterday the police said that no charges were going to be filed against the bar that served Dunn, as video surveillance and eye-witness accounts told that Dunn showed no signs of being over the limit.
We hope that everyone is doing okay, and that they know that with each day, it'll get a little better and better.
Taking to her private Instagram on Sunday, the 35-year-old reportedly wrote:
"I felt embarrassed and sad. And old. We're getting old. But in all seriousness; I felt sad because music is supposed to inspire. It saved my life. This trash won't save any kids life… In a world that is even scarier and with lives still worth saving, who will stand up and have soul? Disenfranchised to say the least. Let down by my industry and peers. Beside Macklemore and Pharrell and Bieber(pre-sob fest) and The Weeknd, Tori Kelly was dope too. The rest was gross and embarrassing and hard for this aging pop star to believe."