Tragic Gia Allemand speaks from beyond the grave in Bachelor tribute : worldleaks


worldleaks Tragic Gia

Her suicide shocked her legion of fans.

And Bachelor star Gia Allemand spoke from beyond the grave about how she went for people would remember her for being kind in a television tribute.

The moving footage was shown in a section of the programme’s Sunday night pre-premiere special which paid tribute to the former reality television contestant and boasted a contribution from her mother.

However it was words from the 29-year-old, who committed suicide by hanging after an alleged fight with her boyfriend, that came across the most.

Gia said: ‘I just hope people remember my kind heart. I have a kind heart for people. That’s what I hope people recall me for. ‘

And the popular contestant, who was the second to the last eliminated by pilot Jake Pavelka in 2010’s series, also spoke out about how she hoped she would one day start a family.

She said: ‘I want two kids and I want to adopt a baby girl from China.’

And her mother Donna Micheletti again spoke on the subject, which she had previously initiated in a tear-filled interview on the Dr Phil show.

The emotional New Yorker said: ‘Gia took her own life and it is heart wrenching and I wouldn’t want to see any other parent go through this.

‘There is enough of help for everyone. I just miss her.

‘Gia was always full of such life and she’d walk into a room and you’d feel her presence. She’d light up that room like sunshine.’

Her NBA star beau Ryan Anderson poken in public for the first time since her death last September.

The New Orleans Pelicans player said: ‘Every day is a challenge. It helps to be here. My family’s with me. To be here with my teammates really helps a lot. But it’s a roller coaster. Yeah.’

 

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