Bob Saget Died In His Sleep 'Without Suffering,' Heart Attack Or Stroke Not Off Table Yet
Bob Saget reportedly died in his sleep "without suffering,' but the cops' initial theory that the comedian could have suffered a heart attack or stroke hasn't been ruled out yet.
According to reports, Saget was found "tucked" in his bed at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Orlando on Sunday around 4 PM ET. After investigating the scene, law enforcement found no foul play or signs of drug use.
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The lights were also off in his room, signifying the Fuller House actor went to bed, as usual, the night before. Saget allegedly spoke to his wife, Kelly Rizzo, after his stand-up comedy show and before he went to sleep.
Kelly reportedly got worried when she didn't hear from her husband the following day. He was supposed to catch a flight back to Los Angeles. She allegedly called then called his hotel.
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The Ritz-Carlton security made the discovery upon entering his room. Saget's cause of death remains unknown, at least for now.
It could take upwards of 12 weeks for the medical examiner to release the results. However, law enforcement working the case allegedly believe Saget could have suffered a heart attack or stroke.
Not only was he allegedly found "tucked" into bed, but he also reportedly had his left arm across his chest with his right one by his side. While Saget had recently suffered from COVID-19, those close to him said he had recovered just fine.
He appeared jolly and in great health on Saturday at his stand-up show just hours before he unexpectedly passed away. As RadarOnline.com reported, Saget joked about death during his final comedy show.
Michelle Johnson, who was in the audience that night, recalled the jokes that now seemed "eerie" following his death. According to her, Saget focused on what he called “long-lost comedians.” He also talked about “dealing with death" in the Hollywood comedy scene.
Saget was only 65 years old. He leaves behind his wife, three adult children, and a legacy that will last a lifetime.