Anthony Bourdain Cremated In France — Days After Tragic Suicide Death
Anthony Bourdain has been cremated in France—just six days after his tragic suicide death.
According to PEOPLE, his ashes will be flow back to the U.S. this Friday. It is unclear where they will be kept or distributed.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, the celebrity chef was found hanged inside his luxury hotel suite on June 8. He was 61 at the time.
Bourdain’s family members and fans opened up about their grief all over social media, claiming they did not see the tragedy coming, and were not aware that Bourdain suffered from such deep depression.
Actress girlfriend Asia Argento also shared a statement following his suicide. In it, she called him “my love, my rock, my protector,” and admitting she was “beyond devastated.”
Bourdain’s estranged wife—whom he never officially divorced— also shared a touching message.
“Our little girl had her concert today,” wrote Ottavia Busia on Instagram along with a photo of her and Bourdain’s daughter Ariane singing onstage. “She was amazing. So strong and brave. She wore the boots you bought her. I hope you are having a good trip, wherever you are.”
RIP Anthony Bourdain.
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