According to a British television show by the name of Autopsy: The Last Hours Of… Robin Williams spent the last few days of his life being paranoid, which ultimately led him to commit suicide.
In the episode dedicated to the late actor that will be airing tonight, pathologist Dr. Richard Shepherd will analyze and reconstruct what he believes the final hours of Robin’s life was like.
At this point, it’s all speculation since we cannot know what exactly happened and what events lead up to the Mrs. Doubtfire actor’s untimely death.
As the Daily Mail is reporting, Dr. Shepherd explained to Autopsy, which has also previously covered the unexpected deaths of Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley, that Williams’ dementia could’ve triggered his paranoid tendencies which caused his reportedly bizarre behavior.
The pathologist says on the show that Robin’s odd online activity suggested the comedian in some way, knew:
“there was something else wrong with him├óΓé¼┬ª something that he couldn’t put his finger on.”
Dr. Shepherd also recalls how Robin’s wife remembered her husband stuffing a number of watches into a sock before handing them off to a friend at their house.
“This is a very peculiar incident that his wife describes as typical of the increasing paranoia that he had been suffering.”
We can never really know or understand why the beloved comedian took his own life, but airing something like this so soon is just disheartening.
Just let the man rest in peace and allow his family to grieve.
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