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Inside Robin Williams' death – tragic misdiagnosis, paranoia and huge estate fight
Hollywood actor spent almost his whole life making people laugh and he was highly respected among his peers and cherished by his millions of fans all over the world.READ MORE: Skins and Slumdog Millionaire star Dev Patel breaks up horror knife fight in streetTragically, on August 11, 2014, the Good Will Hunting star was found dead in his lavish home in the heart of Paradise City, California.As fans of the award-winning star mark the eighth anniversary of his passing, Daily Star has taken a look inside his revealing autopsy and the tragic days leading up to his death.Three months before his death, Robin was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, news he shared with his new wife Susan Schneider Williams and his three children.However, the comic decided to keep his life changing diagnosis to himself otherwise, so the star asked his loved ones to keep his condition to themselves for the time being.It is understood that the star still battled with paranoia, anxiety and depression over the last few months of his life and reportedly made plans to go to a neurocognitive testing facility to dig deeper into his mysterious condition.According to Vanity Fair, the star’s health quickly deteriorated after he started struggling to complete household tasks and tripping over his feet around the house.His wife recalled how angry he became at his debilitating condition and the effect it was having on his body.She told the publication: “He was angry because by now he was so mad at himself for what his body was doing, for what his mind was doing.“He would sometimes now start standing and being in trance-like states and frozen. He had just done that with me and he was so upset.
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Guns N Roses stars now - famous feuds, happy 22-year marriage and reunion tour regrets
Few bands have made their mark on rock culture like Guns N Roses.The group formed in 1985 and comprised of five original members: Axl Rose, Slash, Duff McKagan, Steven Adler and Izzy Stradlin.After achieving mild success within the states, the band soared to international fame with the release of their hit debut album Appetite for Destruction in 1987, which featured hit singles Sweet Child O Mine, Welcome To The Jungle and Paradise City.Cracks began to show within the band's dynamic by the nineties, with Stephen Adler the first to be removed from the line-up over his prolonged drug use.Adler was followed by Izzy Stradlin, Slash and Duff McKagan, who all later left the group and were replaced - with Axl Rose the last original Guns N Roses bandmate standing until recently.Reuniting with Axl, Slash and Duff McKagan rejoined the group in 2016 and embarked on a three-year long reunion tour which they reportedly plan to resume this summer.So, what are the original members of Guns N Roses up to now?Axl Rose - born William Bruce Rose Jr - is the lead vocalist of Guns N Roses and the band's sole constant member since its inception in 1985.The 59-year-old singer was born in Indiana in 1962 and grew up there before moving to Los Angeles in the 1980s to pursue his passion for music.A couple of years later, he went on to co-found Guns N Roses.Axl famously feuded with his bandmate Slash and personally announced his rival's exit from the band to the world in 1996, leaving him the last surviving member of the band's original line-up.Today, Axl has made peace with the majority of his former bandmates.In 2016, he reunited with Slash and McKagan for a three-year Guns N Roses reunion tour.
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