Assault & Suicide Med For Depression Withdrawal 24/08/2011 California Famous Reality Star's Husband Assaults Her & Then Kills Self: 2 Week Withdrawal
|Assault & Suicide
||Med For Depression Withdrawal
||Famous Reality Star's Husband Assaults Her & Then Kills Self: 2 Week Withdrawal
|Last paragraph reads: "Russell, who reportedly had stopped taking anti-depressant medications to control his rage issues two weeks before his death, took his own life at the age of 47."
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The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Taylor Armstrong was beaten by estranged husband Russell before his suicide
- From:The Daily Telegraph
- August 24, 201110:07PM
- REALITY star was reportedly badly beaten up by her estranged husband before he committed suicide.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Russell Armstrong beat his wife Taylor Armstrong so badly she was left terrified and sobbing.
A traumatised Taylor, 40, was so afraid of her husband she took the unusual step of reaching out to friends. The pair had broken up last month.
While Taylor had previously hid the abuse from her husband, she told friends that she needed help, Radar Online reported.
Just 24 hours before he took his own life, Russell lashed out at Taylor after she questioned him about the couple’s shaky financial affairs.
The altercation exploded into physical violence at Taylor’s Bel Air Crest home, which the estranged couple once shared.
"A distraught (Taylor) called two of her closest friends on the night of August 14, sobbing, 'Russell hit me'" a source told Star magazine.
"Taylor was crying hysterically and told me Russell punched her in the face. She was so terrified."
Russell, who reportedly had stopped taking anti-depressant medications to control his rage issues two weeks before his death, took his own life at the age of 47.