“Full House” star Bob Saget passed away last Sunday at the age of 65. More details about his death are now being revealed: Whoever found him was the maid in the hotel room where he was staying, and the call to the emergency center revealed that he was without a pulse and did not respond. Estimates currently indicate a heart attack or stroke that caused his death, and at this point investigators have found no evidence of murder or drug use. His good friend Jimmy Kimmel said goodbye to him in tears
“Full House” star, actor and comedian Bob Saget, passed away on Sunday at the age of 65. Saget was found dead at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Orlando after appearing in front of an audience, and it has now been revealed that the person who found his body was the maid at the hotel where he was staying. According to a report on the People website, the housekeeper entered the room where Sagittarius was staying around four o’clock in the afternoon, about an hour after the player was supposed to check out of the hotel. She found him dead, and his bags packed at the door, with the room clean and tidy.
After a security guard at the hotel called the emergency center 9-1-1, a domestic worker performed CPR on the player until paramedics arrived at the scene. The employee reportedly described him as “cold to the touch and yellow.” Florida County Police in Florida have revealed that Saget’s death was determined at the scene. The official cause of death has not yet been announced, but the TMZ website reports that it was most likely a sudden medical emergency, and it could be that it was a heart attack or stroke. Investigators at the scene shared that they “found no signs of drug use or murder in this case.” The comedian stayed at the hotel for a few days and performed at his stand-up show nearby.
The recording of the security guard’s call to the emergency center, released yesterday, reveals that Saget “did not breathe” and had no pulse while the hotel staff found him. “We have a guest who does not respond in the room. My police officer tells me he has no pulse,” the security guard was recorded announcing the comedian’s death. Bed.
Many of Saget’s friends and colleagues said goodbye to him on social media, and his good friend Jimmy Kimmel decided to say goodbye to him in the opening monologue of his Light Night show yesterday and burst into tears. “Bob was the sweetest. He was the sweetest man,” Kimmel said in tears and in a trembling voice. “I got so many kind and supportive messages, and emails and calls from Bob. He always had a compliment. He would write to me sometimes just to tell me he loved me, and I know he did it to a lot of people … he had something funny to say about everything. And nothing bad to say about anyone, ever, “the presenter shared.
In a podcast in which Saget was interviewed last week, the actor said he contracted corona – but did not reveal exactly when. “He’s very popular, he’s successful,” Saget laughed about the Omicron variant in the podcast “A Corporate Time with Tom & Dan.” “It’s not good, it does not feel good,” the actor shared. “I don’t know if I had a Delta or … I might have had a combination. Maybe at some point they [Delta and Omicron] worked together.” Viewers who attended Saget’s last stand-up show before his death testified that he referred to the fact that he had contracted the virus recently.