Robin Williams had no financial worries. According to the Hook star’s publicist, the tragic star was free of any money issues, before he sadly took his own life, although there had been some speculation that there was. The much love star of Night at the Museum’s publicist Mara had put those rumours to rest as she thinks that it was severe depression that lead to his death on August 11, 2014. Speaking to The Wrap, she said:
”Robin had no financial problems. We should be blessed to have Robin’s financial status. I understand the desire to understand the ‘Why.’ It’s not going to happen.
”The better thing to do is to try to understand severe depression. That isn’t going to be answered, and you can speculate all you want.”
Also revealed by his third wife Susan Schneider he had diagnosed with the early stages of Parkinson’s Disease, however Williams had not been ready to bring out the news to the public of this illness.
The sixty three year old reportley hung himself at his Tiburon, California home, along with this he had ”acute, superficial cuts on the inside of his left wrist.”
Williams had left behind his wife and three children, thirty one year old Zak, twenty five year old Zelda and twenty two year old Cody.