The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills React to Russell Armstrong Suicide

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New information has been revealed about the life of Russell Armstrong, the estranged ex-husband of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Taylor Armstrong, the day after he committed suicide by hanging.

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    I don't trust taylor no visible signs of abuse all season oh and if your jaw is broken it has to be wired shut to heal,and writing a book 4 months after dude is dead c'mon people can't you see how fake this person is




    Taylor and her daughter have my sincere sympathy. I pray that she gets Kennedy any counselling she may need.


    The guy went broke... like the rest of America already is! It IS sad to hear a family lost a father/husband etc., but at the same time, the whole world is suffering and having to stick to a budget. It's absolutely ridiculous and you don't see other people taking their own lives. I get that they're in the middle of a divorce... I just think suicide is the most selfish option... Additionally, who writes this garbage? Hire a proof-reader!


    There is no suicide!!!! Jajajaja u guys SUCK!!


    How can there be a sucide if you write at the end there is no suicide found at the scene? who does the proof reading? Is it no longer important to get facts correct especially when it deals with a persons private life?


    In the last sentence I think you meant "there was no suicide note"

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