Rose McGowan Speaks Out on Anthony Bourdain, Asia Argento's Romance

Rose McGowan Speaks Out on Anthony Bourdain, Asia Argento's Romance

The TV star was found by fellow chef Eric Ripert in a French hotel room on Friday. "The suicide of her beloved lover and ally, Anthony Bourdain", McGowan wrote in her letter, referring to Argento.

The School of Rock's NY program put on two performances over the weekend, and Ariane apparently took part in the show.

He went on to write, jokingly: 'She's an interesting woman.

"She was fantastic. So strong and fearless", the proud mom captioned the photo.

Ariane was performing at a NY music venue, clad in a pair of killer boots Bourdain had apparently gifted her. "You do something and the Pope tells you that it's good, it nearly brings you to tears", Trejo said, adding that Bourdain "made me feel good that I was in the restaurant business". In a photo that recalls Bourdain's protectiveness of the girl's privacy, Busia posted one of Ariane, with her face turned to the side, performing at the DROM music space in New York City over the weekend. Though they separated in 2016, the pair remained close.

Argento released a statement following the announcement of Bourdain's death.

Bouquets of flowers, heartfelt notes and moving quotes by Bourdain himself adorned the makeshift memorial outside the eatery.

Bourdain was married for 20 years to his first wife Nancy Putkoski. "You brought people together". "Ariane and Asia, you have all of our love".

The 81-year-old editor at The New York Times said that Bourdain seemed fine at the time, and she described her son as 'feisty, and very talented'. I'm not the same person.

When Bourdain also missed breakfast, hotel staff were sent to Bourdain's room, where he was found hanging in the bathroom. McGowan said that doesn't matter because "Anthony and Asia had a free relationship, they loved without borders of traditional relationships". "Anthony's internal war was his war, but now she's been left on the battlefield to take the bullets. It is in no way fair or acceptable to blame [Argento] or anyone else, not even Anthony".

Funeral plans are now on hold as Bourdain's body remains in France due to bureaucratic red tape.

Anyone experiencing suicidal thoughts is asked to call the 24-hour National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).