Saturday, May 25, 2019

Blind Item #1

This celebrity offspring who is also a stepdaughter to a celebrity she hates is going to do a 180. It has nothing to do with a change of heart in feelings. No, it is a little something more complicated. The stepmother has asked her celebrity husband to do a final favor for her. Something that is illegal in many states. The celebrity husband doesn't have the stomach to do it, but his daughter does and will gladly do it when the time is right. When the stepdaughter pays a visit, you know the time has come.

32 comments:

J said...

Incest is disgusting.

just me said...

Assisted suicide?

texasrose said...

I don't think incest. Sounds like actress must be close to dying and husband won't help her end it but daughter will. Who has been ill??

texasrose said...

celeb not actress

Aquagirl said...

+1 JustMe, TexasRose

Erin said...

Doesn't that Camille Grammar have cancer? maybe her new hubby David Meyer's children? Maybe?

gfbcpa said...

Beth Chapman, wife of Dog the Bounty Hunter. She has throat cancer.

cheesegrater15 said...
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Sd Auntie said...

Is she in Hawaii or Colorado? That makes sense. Move to California and Hemlock Society will step in

gfbcpa said...

Possibly Florida?

Flashy Vic said...

If assisted suicide is being hinted at then "doesn't have the stomach" is a grossly unfair sinuation.

Sultan of Swing said...

Who knew Duane has 12 kids???
https://www.survivornet.com/articles/beth-chapman-bemoans-being-snubbed-for-granddaughters-graduation-amid-her-cancer-struggle-seeks-healing-and-solace-from-her-fans/

nancer said...

what a bizarre situation. so stepmom gets what she wants but knows stepdaughter is also getting what SHE wants by killing her. LOL. what a family.

Jan 15 said...
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momo said...

Hospice. Even that is creepy. Once they can't eat there is no more nutrition. I spent time with someone just giving her popsickles to suck on while they upped her morphine. Still sad about it. If you can eat and drink they feed you but otherwise nope. No IVs.

notthisagain said...

This is sad bc all signs point to assisted suicide 😞😞 it’s still outlaws in many places and you can go to jail for it.

Isighalot said...

This stuff breaks my heart, don't give up Beth! Try everything,anything!

hunter said...

@Jan 15 - disagree

It's very possible that while her husband can't do it himself, he still supports her choice and welcomes his daughters strength in an area he cannot serve.

Don't be so closed minded, this is a very difficult decision for any family and she is lucky to have the stepdaughter on board.

These choices aren't made lightly and I'm sure Dog is aware of it.

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Mischief Girl said...

So one of Dog's children is a genuine celebrity? "Celebrity offspring" indicates to me that the child has done something celebrity worthy on their own. Is this the case with one of Dog's children? Genuine question, no snark intended.

Jennifer said...

I think it just mean the offspring of the celebrity, but maybe I am mistaken.
But, weren't many of the kid's in this family on Dog's tv show?

C’est Vrai said...

I would never in my life be able to off someone, especially a beloved family member that was ill. I would just be there for them and love them until the universe took there souls naturally. It’s not our job to play god. All this makes me think about is the movie magnolia or when Claire underwood killed her mother in HOC. I literally vomited I was crying so hard.

Stevie Nixed said...

I saw both my grandparents die in a span of two years. Both had cander. Having seen her husband suffer so much, my grandmother decided on assisted suicide. (Actually they put her in a coma. She died several hours later. Not sure how you say it in English but it's a form of euthanasia.) To say you want your loved ones fight no matter what? If you know dead is inevitable and the suffering is immense, it is best to grant them an assisted suicide. Trust me, cancer is horrible.

MsSmithee said...

C'est Vrai, doctors play God now by extending life far past how long it would likely last without the aid of mechanical ventilation and extraordinary drugs. (Even antiobics.)
People can last a surprisingly long time in an intensive care unit, whether they meant to or not. And it is torture.

A Living Will that spells out what you wish in terms of intervention, if it is clear you are terminal or will not recover. Also, a Medical Power of Attorney, where someone you trust is empowered to officially make decisions for you as your legal Medical Power of Attorney is an excellent idea.

Your wishes may not be carried out (even if they are tattooed on your ches) but you have a better chance that they might be if you do this much.

Mahogany1 said...
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BadMuthaWhat said...

Colorado is a right to die state with voter approved, physician assisted suicide...

Whale said...

I held onto my little doggie way too long. He should have gone about two weeks earlier than he did. It's heartbreaking, but assisted suicide/death managing is something that needs conversation and change.

Aquagirl said...

Hunter: Once again I’m on your side. I know I’ve mentioned here that two people who were very close to me died last year. Luckily, they each died before their lives got totally unbearable (they both had been suffering, but then it just kept getting worse.) I literally knew when they would both die (For both I knew it would be within a few weeks), and despite my broken heart, I knew it was best for them.
All I can say is the best thing you can do when someone is dying is to have lots of physical contact, try to help with the pain, tell them that you love them, and if they have a sense of humor, joke about everything! For example, my aunt was refusing to eat, but if I offered her ice cream or pudding, she was like a dog. (At that point, the nurses had said to let her eat anything, even if it was all sugar, because she needed the calories.) So I would ask if she wanted ice cream (at this point she could barely talk, so she’d shake her head yes. And I’d be like ‘Are you fucking with me? I’ve offered you 8 other things to eat and suddenly you’re hungry? And she’d smile.)

@nothisagain, @isighalot: I’d have to imagine that you’ve never experienced someone close to you who has been so ill. It’s awful, and I think many don’t understand it. Assisted suicide doesn’t necessarily mean what you think it does. When someone is very ill and dying, you can just keep upping the level of morphine, until they gradually die. Sometimes there is just NO HOPE. But ‘assisted suicide’ doesn’t mean you’re strangling someone. It just means you’re helping them to reduce the pain until they eventually die. It’s actually a very loving thing to do.

@isighalot: I’m assuming that she’s already ‘tried everything’ or she wouldn’t be in this situation. What an idiotic comment,

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HouellebecqGurl said...

When I was TWELVE my mother made me promise that if she was perma bedridden or out of her gourd, to shove a pillow over her face, because she said that I was the only one of her kids she knew would do it. I said ok, we never talked about it again.
She's now 83, and a few yrs ago she brought it up again out of the blue, despite her (thankfully) good health.
I reassured her again I'd take care of it, as long as she'd do the same, for me, if she outlives me. Which frankly wouldn't surprise me.

Unknown said...

Yeah, I don’t want to suffer and live a long drawn out death.... off me please

Kansa said...

She could always go to Switzerland (if the person still has any strength left to push the button), or to The Netherlands or Belgium. In both of these countries, the person just has to have three doctors say "yes" and they take care of it. I would say that it is probably very difficult to travel there because a person can be so weak and it's a long flight (or series of them). Belgium has just passed a law which allows children to make that decision for themselves, after doctors spoke out about children dying of disease who asked that they be helped and not left to "wait to die." Of course, there has been a great deal of debate over this, but the law changed to include children.

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