Farrah Fawcett | A fallen angel in hell from a toxic relationship

LI have asked her to marry me, and she has said yes. Ryan O’Neal, emotional, live, on television, recounted in June 2009 how he had rediscovered love with Farrah Fawcett, who had been his intermittent lover for 30 years and then was dying of cancer that would end his life days later. The public, eager for romantic stories, ‘bought’ the moving version and the press spared no headlines. Those same days, a journalist, Leslie Bennetts, spent hours with O’Neal and listened to comments that even her confessed addictions do not make less serious: “Don’t forget that I worked in love story; I already have experience in dealing with patients.”

Not by far the most amazing thing Bennetts had to hear. When Farrah turned 60 [en 2007, ella ya estaba muy enferma], we celebrate a party at home. At one point I fired a shot at my son,” O’Neal told me matter-of-factly, as if there was nothing extraordinary about it. “I could have hit him, but I didn’t. Farrah was in bed and she could hear everything: the fighting, the screaming, the gunshots…Welcome to the O’Neal home!’

Farrah Fawcett | A fallen angel in hell from a toxic relationship