Terrell Owens Suicide

October 29, 2011 by staff 

Terrell Owens Suicide, Representatives recently denied Terrell Owens attempted suicide on 6 October, but the recipient is a past erratic behavior has led some to question his emotional stability remains.
TMZ released the 911 call made by the Owens assistant after she said it took four prescription pills.

“My boss, took four prescription pain pills,” said Owens assistant to the 911 operator. “I do not know how many you have taken, but it took them 30 to 45 minutes.”

The assistant suggested on the phone that have Owens’ pill should have been monitored after it was prescribed medication for a knee injury.

“I knew there had to be told this,” said the assistant operator 911. “This is the bottle that I realize most of the (pill) no. These are all drugs.”

However, Owens’s publicist, Diana Bianchini, said holding means of suicide that flooded the Internet on Thursday were false.

“Terrell Owens attempted suicide absolutely no attempt nor an overdose of pills on October 6, released today claiming 2011.Reports made are completely false and were made in relation to a 911 call to his assistant made the night “Bianchini said in a statement. “The fact is that she got home that night after he had taken a sleeping pill to sleep. He did not answer because of this.”

Owens’ publicist claims that the mental and physical health of wide receiver was the sound.

“As you can see in his televised training last Tuesday, he is strong mentally and physically as well as 100 percent focused on playing football,” said Bianchini.

Although the camp Owens said in an emotional state is good, the WR admitted to having problems in an interview with ESPN.

“It’s been a tough year since I left Cincinnati,” Owens told ESPN in early October. “I suffered a meniscus injury, shortly after he suffered a cruciate ligament injury which in reality is just going through that and going through some personal problems, personal problems within me.”

Owens has made no secret through emotional problems. In his reality television series, “The TO Show”, the athlete has shed tears often. The free agent 37 years old, has attended therapy sessions on his show, and admitted in depth the problems of seeds that grow up without a father.

“I never had a father figure to teach me things to do or say,” Owens said her therapist in tears.

More recently, Owens said he was also the subject of financial issues.

“I definitely have been going through a lot of personal problems and, obviously, I had a financial consultant who has embezzled funds and taking advantage of a situation,” Owens told ESPN.

Owens fans identified with polarizing figure on Twitter.

“My family is from Alabama,” wrote one person. “I understand the tears of Terrell Owens.”

Another joy expressed by Owens realize that his life was far greater than their struggles.

“I’m glad he’s still alive. It’s never that bad,” the fan wrote. “I guess sometimes people forget how blessed you really are and just want to end it all.”

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