Robin Williams’ Widow Reveals What Really Killed Her Husband
Susan Williams has finally agreed to give an interview about the details of her husband’s death in 2014. She said in the interview that Robin was not only suffering from depression but also from paranoia and anxiety and that he was even diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. In the final week of his life, his doctors urged him to visit a neurocognitive testing facility. Williams’ widow claims that Robin was struggling with depression and dealing with the condition as best as he could, but that it overwhelmed him in the end. After his death, it was also discovered that Williams was suffering from Lewy body dementia, one of the most common forms of the disease, after Alzheimer’s.
Robin Williams committed suicide in August 2014. He will always be remembered for his comedic genius in movies such as “Good Will Hunting,” “Dead Poets Society” and even Disney’s “Aladdin.”