Julia Roberts, star of Touchstone Pictures’ Pretty Woman, has recently been in the news for the February suicide of her half-sister, Nancy Motes. While it was rumored that the actress may have played a role in driving her half-sister into depression, new information has been revealed that expresses how Motes really felt about the Oscar Award-winning actress.
In August of last year, Motes had admitted that she was bullied by Roberts due to her weight, reports TheCelebrityCafe.com.
The actress was in the spotlight, once again, in February when Motes succeeded in taking her own life, however, a suicide note written by Motes has most recently been released by the Daily Mail, shedding new light on the whole situation.
“My mother and so-called ‘siblings’ get nothing except the memory that they are the ones that drove me into the deepest depression I’ve ever been in,” Motes writes in her hand-written suicide letter. “I have suffered thru this disease all my life, however it has never been this bad. I burst into tears every morning [because] I woke up.”
Robert’s is currently in a battle with Motes' husband, John Dilbeck, over who will receive her estate. Will this new information affect the actresses plans for the future?
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