“I just wanted to take a second to say to everybody that it has not gone unnoticed. I have been incredibly grateful and appreciative of all of you for the love and support,” Rizzo said Tuesday morning. “I have had people who were strangers that now have become friends on Instagram. So many people have shared their stories with me of the loss that you’ve been through, and you’ve poured out your heart, and it’s just really kind that you’ve tried to help me by sharing your stories,”
Rizzo opened up about her online support group saying, “Even though I’m still very new to this world, I feel I’ve had kind of a crash course in it. Especially doing it very publicly."
The Eat Travel Rock blogger expresses her gratitude to those who speak out and helped her through this emotional time.
Saget passed away on January 9 after suffering “blunt head trauma” at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando Grande Lakes in Florida. The cause of the TV icon's sudden death was revealed in an autopsy which was recently released.
Investigators believe Saget fell backward onto the marble floor of his hotel bathroom which fractured the actor's skull. One doctor compared the injury to that of falling from "several stories" or that of a baseball bat attack.
The comedian was on tour and had several projects lined up for the year. The comedian turned actor became a household name starting in the family sitcom Full House and hosting the comedy show America's Funniest Home Videos. Saget was 65.