David Carradine “Would Never Commit Suicide” Says Rep

Jun. 4 2009, Published 6:00 a.m. ET

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As the investigation continues regarding David Carradine’s mysterious death in his Bangkok hotel room, his representative Tiffany Smith told that any rumors of suicide were untrue.

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“Based on our relationship with David, he would never commit suicide! We believe it was an accident,” Smith said. “He was a very happy man who made more and more movies. It’s not in his character to kill himself.”

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“We were told that his body was found by a hotel maid with a rope around his neck inside a wardrobe closet. An investigation continues.”

Carradine was in the midst of shooting his latest film and had missed a cast dinner the evening before he was found dead, further causing his friends and co-workers to wonder what had happened to the man they remembered as still being fully in love with his craft and life. 

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Smith added: “His happiest place on earth was on a set. He always told us to keep booking him work and that he did want any down time.”

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