Almost a year after the Christmas house fire that killed Matthew and Madonna Badger’s three daughters, the father is still grieving the loss of his girls — and said in a new interview that he considered killing his ex-wife and the man he felt was responsible for the tragedy.
Matthew Badger is still incredibly grief-stricken over the loss of his three daughters Lily, 9, and twin daughters Grace and Sarah, both 7, who all perished in a tragic house fire at his ex-wife Madonna Badger‘s house on Dec. 25, 2011.
Matthew reveals his nightmares about his daughters’ last terrifying moments in the Christmas morning tragedy that claimed their lives.
Matthew is renting out Times Square’s New Victory Theater to honor his three children who were killed in a fire Christmas morning. While ex-wife Madonna will be absent, Julianne Moore, Whoopi Goldberg & more will attend.
Matthew Badger will throw a charity event for a fund that honors the memory of his young daughters. The Badger family continues to mourn the loss of Lily, 9, 7-year-old twins Sarah and Grace, and their grandparents Lomer and Pauline Johnson who died on Christmas morning in their Connecticut home.
Matthew appeared on ‘The View’ on May 23 to talk about his three daughters who tragically died on Christmas Day when a fire broke out in their mother’s home — read on to find out what he said in this emotional interview.
Just looking at Matthew Badger is heartbreaking because you know he’s been through the most unimaginable tragedy. The father sat down with Barbara Walters and Whoopi Goldberg and fought back tears as he talked about Lily, 9 and seven-year-old twins Sara and Grace.
Matthew Badger is now planning to sue the city of Stamford, Conn. for passing inspection on a house that wasn’t safe for his ex-wife, three daughters and parents-in-law to be living in. What an upsetting case!
Matthew Badger has threatened to sue a number of people in regards to the tragic Christmas death of his three daughters — Lily, 9 and twins Sarah and Grace, 7 — but now he’s planning to sue the city of Stamford, Conn. for allowing the house in which his three daughters and ex-wife lived to become a fire hazard.
The devastated father of three little girls killed in a tragic Christmas fire that swept through their mother’s house, finally speaks out!
Matthew Badger and Madonna Badger of Stamford, Conn., lost three daughters — Lillian, 9, and 7-year-old twins Sarah and Grace — Christmas Day last year. Now he wants to heal his pain with the loving memories he has of his beloved daughters with a memorial fund.
Is the grieving dad planning on suing Madonna for the tragic fire that killed his three beloved daughters?
Madonna Badger‘s ex Matthew Badger is taking the first legal steps to sue over the horrific Connecticut blaze that killed his three young daughters — Lily, 9 and twins Sarah and Grace, 7 — on Christmas day, according to the NY Post. Will the devastated and heartbroken Madonna now have to deal with a “wrongful-death claim” too?
Fighting back tears and unimaginable grief, ad exec Madonna gave a moving eulogy to the hundreds who had gathered to mourn the loss of her three young daughters in a tragic Christmas fire.
Grief-stricken Madonna Badger bravely spoke for 20 minutes to the sobbing crowd who had gathered at Saint Thomas Church on Fifth Avenue on Dec. 5 for the funeral of her three girls — Lily, 9, and twins Sarah and Grace, 7. “They left the world at such tender ages that all they left behind was love,” Madonna said, according to the NY Post.
The funeral for the three sisters killed in a tragic Christmas fire is taking place today, Jan. 5!
Hundreds of mourners gathered at St. Thomas Church in Manhattan to mourn the horrific loss of Madonna Badger’s three young girls — Lilian, Sarah and Grace Badger — who died in a terrible fire on Christmas Day at their mother’s home in Stamford, Conn.