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Gia Allemand’s Suicide Explained by Breakup

Gia Allemand, of the hit show ‘The Bachelor,’ recently committed suicide. Her friends and family mourn her, and details of her death have now been released. On the day she died she had accused her boyfriend of being unfaithful to her. They were driving back to her house when they stopped at a local Walgreens and Gia told her boyfriend Ryan Anderson that she still loved him. Ryan told her at that time that he didn’t love her anymore, according to TMZ.

Later that day Gia Allemand hung herself in her New Orleans home. Official documents show that “she used a vacuum cleaner cord to end her life.” She tied it to one section of the center spiral staircase and another section to the handrail on the second floor.  Gia was on the phone with her mother when she hung herself. Her mother told the police that there was silence on the phone line.

Ryan came back to check on his Gia and found her dead body. He saw that she was sitting on the stairs with the cord “wrapped around her neck many times.” She had been around 40 minutes without oxygen. Her suicide note was left on the dining room table. She left her belongings and her home to her mother.

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