Anthony Bourdain’s text messages from the days before his 2018 suicide have been made public for the first time in a new biography.
A new biography about Anthony Bourdain includes the late chef’s text messages from the days leading up to his suicide in June 2018. Parts of the book Down and Out in Paradise: The Life of Anthony Bourdain, written by journalist Charles Leerhsen, were published by The New York Times on September 27. The article includes some text messages between Anthony and actress Asia Argento, 47, when they argued about each being with different partners amidst trouble in their romance.
Anthony had reconnected with his estranged wife Ottavia Busia at that time, which upset Asia, who he started dating in 2016. The Italian actress reportedly told Anthony, “I can’t take this,” via text, before she allegedly ended the relationship due to his “possessiveness.” Anthony asked Asia, “Is there anything I can do?,” to which Asia responded, “Stop busting my balls,” according to NYT.
In his final message to Asia, Anthony simply texted back, “OK.” Later that day, the famous chef killed himself by hanging in his room at a hotel in Northeastern France. Anthony was 61 years old when he died.
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