Sad Details Of Robin Williams Death Are Released By Officials

Sad Details Of Robin Williams Death Are Released By Officials

Today the Marin County Sheriff’s office gave out the sad details surrounding the death of actor Robin Williams, during a press conference in California. Although the investigation continues at this point and no official cause or manner has yet to be certified, Lt. Kieth Boyd did share the condition in which the famous actor was found and the items that were around him at the time. Questions concerning a note, his wife and previous police involvement were not disclosed.

According to Marin County Sheriff’s office, Williams was last seen alive by his wife around 10:30pm on August 10th, when she went to bed for the evening. At some point, the time is not known, the actor locked himself in another room inside the house.

Robin’s wife, assuming that her husband was still asleep, left early the next morning to run errands. At around 11:45am the personal assistant became concerned and after calling for the actor and knocking, “gained access to Mr. Williams’ bedroom and entered the bedroom to find Mr. Williams clothed in a seated position, unresponsive, and with a belt secured around his neck with the other end of the belt wedged between the closed closet door and door frame…”

Lt. Boyd also explained that a pocket knife was found near the body of Mr. Williams, with several superficial cuts on his left wrist. There were no signs of physical struggle.

Toxicology testing will also be performed to see if there were any chemical substances in the actors body at the time of death. Those results are not expected for another 2 to 6 weeks.

CBS San Francisco aired the live feed earlier today and is available below:

SOURCE: Marin County Sheriff’s Department
For more information visit the Marin County Sheriff’s Department website – HERE.

Photo: “Old Dogs” premiered at the El Capitan Theater in Hollywood, CA on November 9, 2009. Pictured: Zelda Williams, Robin Williams ©Fameflynet

Tagged with:

About author

Wayne Andres

Creator, Editor In Chief at - "I went on a Twitter rant once; no one cared - Celebrities have all the fun".

Related Articles