Cory Monteith Death — Lea Michele Misses Him So Much She’s Called His Voicemail – Hollywood Life

Lea Michele Misses Cory Monteith So Much She’s Called His Voicemail

Lea is heartbroken and 'ruined' by the tragic death of her boyfriend and 'Glee' co-star, Cory. A source tells EXCLUSIVELY how she is grieving his loss. Lea Michele, 26, is beside herself with grief after losing her boyfriend, Cory Monteith, who died on July 13 at age 31. Although she is surrounded by family and friends, she is desperate to feel closer to Cory after his passing. Read on to find out how Lea is coping. 

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Lea Michele Misses Cory Monteith So Much She’s Called His Voicemail

We can’t imagine how Lea must be feeling after Cory’s tragic death. A source close to the Glee star tells EXCLUSIVELY that Lea is inconsolable.

She is just ruined right now,” the source says. “She is running out of tears.”

Lea is so distraught that she is doing anything possible to feel connected to Cory again.

“One thing she has done is that she has called his voicemail a couple of times to hear his voice,” our source reveals. “It is as heart wrenching as it sounds.”

Cory Monteith Death — Lea Michele Is Surrounded By Friends And Family

We hope that Lea can take some comfort in her friends and family during this difficult time. She obviously needs them by her side, whether or not she realizes it yet.

“She has been surrounded by family and friends,” a source tells EXCLUSIVELY.

“She is not being left alone because they want to be by her and make sure she has a good base of people for support.”

Our thoughts go out to Lea and everyone else affected by Cory’s tragic death.

Watch: Cory Monteith Autopsy: Fatal Mixture Of Heroine And Alcohol 

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