Inside the Last Twelve Months of Robin Williams' Life

Inside the Last Twelve Months of Robin Williams' Life

2020/06/26

During an emotional interview with Good Morning America in 2015, Susan Schneider Williams, shared her husband's final words. "I was getting in bed and he came in the room a couple of times ... and he said, 'Goodnight, my love,'" she said (via ABC News). "And then he came back again, and he looked like he had something to do. And that was like, 'I think he's getting better.' ... And then he said 'goodnight, goodnight.' That was the last."



When she arrived back at their house the next day after Robin's assistant found him unresponsive, Susan was unable to talk to her husband at first since emergency medical responders were on the scene. When she did get to see Robin, she said she "got to pray with him" and told him, "'I forgive you 50 billion percent, with all my heart. You're the bravest man I've ever known.' You know, we were living a nightmare," she said.


She went on to reveal that she didn't blame her legendary husband "one bit" for taking his own life because his physical and mental state was "just disintegrating" due to Lewy body dementia. "If Robin was lucky, he would've had maybe three years left. And they would've been hard years," she said.



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