Robin Williams was found dead in his California home on Aug. 11. Law enforcement officials are holding a news conference on Aug. 12 at 2 PM ET to discuss details of the suicide. Watch it here!
Following Robin Williams‘ tragic death on Aug. 11, the world was left stunned in disbelief. Thankfully, law enforcement officials have decided to hold a press conference on Aug. 12 to discuss details of the actor’s suicide. Keep reading to watch the live stream video here!
Robin Williams Press Conference Live Stream — Watch It Here
As previously reported, Robin’s body was found in his Northern California home on August 11.
The 63-year-old allegedly “killed himself,” according to police who are now investigating his death, as suicide by asphyxiation.
Robin’s rep says that the actor had been battling severe depressing at his time of death.
“Robin Williams passed away this morning,” his rep said in a statement on Aug. 11. “He has been battling severe depression of late. This is a tragic and sudden loss. The family respectfully asks for their privacy as they grieve during this very difficult time.”
Robin’s body was found Monday, August 11 at 11:55 a.m. A 911 call, placed by Robin’s assistant, reported a “male adult unconscious and not breathing, TMZ claims. Emergency personnel arrived just five minutes after the call at noon, and Robin was pronounced dead at 12:02 p.m.
Robin Williams: Special Tribute At Primetime Emmys
While the comedic legend may be gone, he will not be forgotten.
The late actor will be celebrated during the Primetime Emmys on Aug. 25. During the live telecast, there will be a special tribute, a source close to the situation has revealed to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
“Robin Williams will be honored on the show and we will all hear from people for the first time about his death during the telecast,” our HollywoodLife.com source reveals. “It is going to be a very big tribute.”
Our thoughts go out to Robin’s family and friends during this difficult time. Tune in for the press conference at 2 PM ET!
If you, or someone you know, is experiencing suicidal ideation, please call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255; operators are available 24/7.
— Chris Rogers