Gia's basketball player boyfriend Ryan Anderson apparently told her, 'I don't love you anymore,' before she committed suicide by hanging herself with a vacuum cleaner cord.
Disturbing details about Gia Allemand's suicide have emerged. The reality star, who competed in the 14th season of "The Bachelor", apparently had emotional fight with his boyfriend prior to her death.
TMZ reported that Gia accused her NBA player boyfriend Ryan Anderson of cheating on her during lunch on the day she died. Gia later said that she still loved him. However, Ryan allegedly told her, "I don't love you anymore."
According to official documents, Gia committed suicide by hanging herself with a vacuum cleaner cord. The cord was tied to the center of spiral staircase at her house and tied to the handrail on the second floor. Gia apparently was talking to her mother on the phone before she committed suicide. Her mother said that her daughter "had gone silent" during the phone call and she was not able to reach her for the next 10 minutes.
Ryan went to the house to check on Gia and found her sitting on the stairs with the cord "wrapped around her neck many times." In her suicide note, the reality star left her belongings to her mother.
Gia's father Eugene Allemand, who said that he learned of his daughter's death from reporters who called his residence, recently opened up about his daughter's death. "We had a fight on Mother's Day and I said some things that I regret," he said, as quoted by New York Daily News.
"I said don't bother calling me on Father's Day. It was lots of nasty things said in the heat of the moment," the grieving father added. "I wish I could take them back, but it's too late. If she were still here, I would I would tell her I'm so sorry and that I love her and that she will always be my rainbow," he explained.