Our hearts are breaking for Mia Farrow.
On Wednesday, her son Thaddeus Farrow died in Connecticut, from a life-threatening injury he sustained while in his car.
Now, a medical examiner has told TMZ that the 27-year-old committed suicide, from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the torso.
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Thaddeus was taken to Danbury Hospital, but passed away at the facility.
On Thursday, Mia took to Twitter to mourn the tragic death of her son, penning a powerful post remembering him, while also encouraging her followers to reach out to the American Foundation For Suicide Prevention:
Amber Rose is never one to shy away from speaking about sex.
So on Thursday's all-new episode of Play.It's Loveline With Amber Rose, the gorgeous gal opened up to cohost Dr. Donaghue about why she thinks sex is stale.
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Well, meaningless sex, anyway. The momma-of-one dished:
"I could f*ck anybody I want at any time, but it's boring. I don't want to have sex, I'm very turned off. Ideally, I'd like to have a relationship. I love relationships, I love to be with one person, I love to grow with them and have that closeness."
Well, that makes sense, considering that's the exact reason she felt her first-ever threesome was "f*cking horrible."
Plus, Miz Rose also opened up about how much weight she's ALREADY lost on Dancing with the Stars, saying:
Placenta pills are quite the trend these days!
In a interview with People Magazine, Jillian Harris discussed the benefits of placenta pills after giving birth to her son on Leo on August 5. Apparently the new momma couldn't be happier with her decision!
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Following in the footsteps of Kourtney Kardashian and Holly Madison, Jillian popped a few pills after experiencing some negative post-birth emotions:
"I was crying every day the first week. I was trying to give everybody all my love and I felt like it wasn't possible."
Aww! It must be hard to juggle such intense feelings with the responsibilities of being a new mom.
Luckily for J.H., she found solace in some good 'ol fashioned placenta pills: