"She was wonderful", Busia-Bourdain wrote.
"Sitting across from me is the remarkable human and fearless survivor, Asia Argento, who has been through more than most could stand, and yet stand she does", McGowan wrote in the letter addressed to her "Fellow Humans". She wore the boots you bought her. "I spoke to my closest friends and loved ones", he wrote.
CNN, for which Bourdain hosted the popular food and travel series "Parts Unknown", confirmed news of Bourdain's death on Friday. Spade's husband and business partner said the 55-year-old business mogul had suffered from depression and anxiety for many years. I know I'm a loving father, ' said Bourdain in that interview. The couple separated in mid-2016 and officially divorced in 2017.
Italian actress Asia Argento and U.S. singer and actress Rose McGowan, who both accuse Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault, took part in a march organized by "Non Una Di Meno" (Me Too) movement on March 8, 2018 as part of the International Women's Day in Rome. Waiter Maxime Voinson told New York Times, "Mr. Ripert thought it was odd".
Bourdain's close friend and fellow chef Eric Ripert found Bourdain dead of a reported suicide, according to CNN, the network on which Bourdain's show "Parts Unknown" aired. The suicide of her beloved lover and ally, Anthony Bourdain. Saturday morning, she shared a screenshot of Argento's most recent Instagram post featuring Bourdain, writing, "Through space and time, Anthony". Anthony's depression didn't let him, he put down his armor, and that was very much his choice. "Our thoughts and prayers are with his daughter and family at this incredibly hard time", CNN said in a statement.
McGOWAN DEFENDS ARGENTO Actress and #MeToo activist Rose McGowan is speaking out in support of her friend Argento, who has been subjected to harsh and often vulgar and misogynist comments by social-media trolls in the wake of Bourdain's suicide.
Chef Anthony Bourdain and his ex-wife Ottavia pictured in 2009. My thoughts are with his family. "I would ask that you respect their privacy and mine", Argento tweeted.
If you or someone you know is considering suicide, contact the U.S. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255). For readers outside the USA, visit Suicide.org or Befrienders Worldwide for global resources you can use to find help.