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I find it sad that this woman has lost her life at the age of 27. I realize it was self-inflicted but that's irrelevant now.
What I find the saddest is how these people destroy their lives in front of others and no one does anything to stop them.
I realize there is personal responsibility and I believe she should have taken better care of herself.
What I find disturbing in a lot of these cases, Kurt Cobain, Anna Nicole Smith, etc. is that they clearly were all mentally ill. They exhibited disturbing behavior, had people all around them, yet everyone stood around and watched.
They are simply a meal ticket for the business people and parasite friends around them.
Just two days ago neighbours said they saw her arrive in a cab with Big Brother star Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace. She collapsed when she got out of the taxi and had to be carried inside.
What do you think? Am I wrong? Are these people solely responsible for their lives? Are they people they work for, agents, producers, executives responsible in any way? Is there a moral issue for the people in their lives to say "enough is enough"?