The death of comedian and TV star Bob Saget just gets stranger and stranger.
As readers know, “Saget was found dead in his hotel room at The Ritz-Carlton, Orlando, on January 9. He had just completed a stand-up show and was due to perform others.
His cause of death was attributed to him falling backward and striking the back of his head, according to an autopsy report released Thursday by Orange County medical examiner, Dr. Joshua Stephany. His death was ruled an accident with no suspected foul play.”
But the shocking autopsy report indicates that Saget had multiple severe fractures on both sides of his head, like ones caused by a baseball bat.
“Whatever happened here, we may never know how he fell or what happened, but it was a significant blow that caused that. And likely, the bleeding on top of the brain is likely causing pressure on the brain and subsequently, sadly, what led to him becoming unconscious and dying,” Gupta concluded.
“This is significant trauma,” said Dr. Gavin Britz, the chair in neurosurgery at Houston Methodist Hospital, told the New York Times.
“This is something I find with someone with a baseball bat to the head, or who has fallen from 20 or 30 feet,’ he said, noting that Saget’s fractures were not only widespread, but in particularly thick parts of his skull.
If it seems like this is foul play being covered up, it probably is.
I suspect we’re about to find out a lot more about Bob Saget’s death – and soon.