People Are Wondering Why There Are So Many Differing Accounts Of Bob Saget's Death

By Gina Florio··  2 min read
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Bob Saget suddenly died on January 9 at age 65. His body was found in his hotel room at the Ritz-Carlton in Orlando, and mystery ensued about the cause of his unpredicted death.

At first, we were told that there was nothing suspicious or abnormal about his death. Soon after, we were informed that he died from a serious head trauma. Then we heard even more strange accounts of his death.

Information about Bob Saget's Death Keeps Changing

The New York Times reported that Saget died of a significant blow to the head, which fractured his skull in many places. An autopsy report found that the hit to the head caused bleeding on both sides of the brain. You'd think this would signify foul play, but police assured the press that they found no such thing.

But then Fox News reported something a little different. They said that Saget died of a blow to the head, but neurosurgeons say "it is rare for a typical fall to have that kind of impact," so it's more likely that he sustained that kind of injury from being hit with a baseball bat or falling down 20 flights.

It all got really weird when his family—Saget's wife Kelly Rizzo and their three daughters—filed a lawsuit against Orange County's sheriff and medical examiner's office. They demanded that investigation records related to his death be kept private and out of the public eye.

"In the process of these investigations, Defendants created records which include photographs, video recordings, audio recordings, statutorily protected autopsy information, and all other statutorily protected information," the lawsuit stated. "Upon information and belief, some of these Records graphically depict Mr. Saget, his likeness or features, or parts of him, and were made by Defendants during Defendants' investigations."

It's understandable that Saget's family wouldn't want graphic images of him circulated online, but many people can't help but point out how strange this story is sounding.

Bob Saget's family maintains in the lawsuit that any release of these photos would cause them to "suffer irreparable harm in the form of extreme mental pain, anguish, and emotional distress."

Another note on the autopsy report was that Saget had an enlarged heart that was 95% blocked on one side. He also had Clonazepam in his system, which is an anti-anxiety medication that is taken for panic disorders. The report also showed that the antidepressant Trazodone was found in his body.

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