Kate Spade's brother's brother has to silence to break about the suicide of the fashion designer to destroy the fashion world last June.
The fear of fashion, which was married to the brother of the draper Andy Spade, was found dead in his Manhattan house on June 5, 2018.
A year later, her brother Spouse, David Spade, revealed that he is still recovering after his sudden death.
"I think Katy doesn't want to do it, five minutes later. But these things happen and there's no going back," Spade disclosed about his sister-law in an interview with the New York Times.
"Katy was so funny. I don't know if the word is agoraphobic, but she didn't want to make enough money; she would have people at her house and she was always funny," he said.
He explained that the fashion designer seemed to have agoraphobia, that he might be afraid of where she could cause clothes, help or embarrassment, so she would often invite her. people to her house and so she felt safe.
After Kate Spade's death, her husband revealed she was actively seeking help.
"Kate has had depression and anxiety for many years," said Andy Spade. "She was actively seeking help and working closely with her doctors to treat her disease, one that takes too much life.
David Spade revealed to the New York Times that he has lost many family members and close friends with sudden deaths, including his stepfather, who took his own life when Spade was only 15 years old.
"I said, OK, I think I will cross my fingers that it doesn't happen to everyone. And that more people would go," he said.
In February, Brody Stevens, who was often open spade David Spade, completed suicide.
In 1997, a close friend and co-star Chris Farley went on in 1997 to leave it splashing on Spade.
Social media is a dark place for the United States, it has shown, as users send messages like “I want Chris Farley to die.” T
Although Farley's death on Spade died, he showed that he had no other option but to keep his head high and to continue working.
"But are you just stop doing what you are doing because of a tragedy? You have to go, well, I like to do this yet. Some people won't be interested. But I did through sitcom completely horrible, "he adds.
Despite his incredible losses, Spade continued to be a comedian and is playing in a new night series called Lights Out With David Spade who started the competition on 29 July on Comedy Central.
"I don't want to say I'm immune to him," Spade said of losing their loved ones, "but there is a way that you just have to stop the friction valve.
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