Bob Saget’s widow Kelly Rizzo took to social media Tuesday to express her feelings over the loss of her husband nearly two months after his untimely death.
“Hi everyone,” Rizzo began through a sigh, “I realized I haven’t talked to you in a very long time. It’s something I used to do all the time and I haven’t said hello in a very long time.”
Rizzo continued by expressing her gratitude toward those who have given her “love and support “and have shared their grief as a means toward healing.
“So many people have shared their stories with me of the loss that you’ve been through, and you’ve poured out your heart, and it’s just really kind that you’ve tried to help me by sharing your stories.”
The “Eat Travel Rock” blogger pointed out how she is still new to the world of grief, and adapting to it publicly has been especially difficult.
“Even though I’m still very new to this world, I feel I’ve had kind of a crash course in it,” she said. “Especially doing it very publicly, it adds a whole other level that takes it to this different place that you understand in a certain way,” she added.
“I can assure you that the kindness you all have shown has been a little bright spot and has made this a bit easier,” Rizzo went on. “And the thing that has really helped is seeing how much you all loved Bob because this outpouring is something, like, I don’t think anybody has ever seen.”
Saget, 65, died on January 9 after the “Full House” star suffered a blow to his head in his Florida hotel room. Certain unusual aspects of the death led many to question whether there was something amiss with the investigation.
Along with Saget’s three daughters, Rizzo sought an injunction against the medical examiner’s office involved with the autopsy to prevent further details from being released to the public. The lawsuit claimed Saget’s family would “suffer irreparable harm in the form of extreme mental pain, anguish, and emotional distress if” the press had access to the records.
The questions the public had pertained to the severity of the trauma Saget suffered which seemed to contradict initial reports that there was no foul play.
Hi. ICYMI: This is not a "slip & fall". This is not a minor concussion. This is MAJOR head trauma.
My condolences to Saget's friends & family. I hope that they get answers as to what really happened. pic.twitter.com/DtrwEAN1xZ
— Megan Ranney MD MPH 🌻 (@meganranney) February 11, 2022
While such trauma is more in line with a blow from a baseball bat or a several-foot fall, police have remained constant that Saget fell backward onto the marble floor of his hotel bathroom, got up, and then went to the bed where he ultimately passed.
Though some fans remained unsatisfied with the explanation as speculation remained that a COVID vaccine may have led to the loss of consciousness suggested in the investigator’s explanation, they took solace in one final performance by the comedian released postmortem.
Saget was featured in the music video for rapper Desiigner’s song “Bakin” where he portrayed a chef with a large white toque dancing in a kitchen as he fries up and waves around bacon.
The video concludes with a tribute to Saget and some behind-the-scenes footage where he expressed how thrilled he was to be there.
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