To add to the mystery of how Bob Saget collapsed in his Florida hotel room and suffered a fatal brain injury, the “Full House” star said he wasn’t feeling well and had been on his way to a comedy set the night before. The hearing was “closed”. Before his death, according to a new report.
Saget, 65, also told a listener at the Ponte Vedra concert hall near Jacksonville, Florida, that he had been suffering from COVID “for a long time” and that “his body took a long time to recover from it.” This is what showrunner Rosalie Kosi told Orange County Sheriff’s investigators in an interview conducted after the actor’s death, according to audio obtained. page six. By,
“I heard him say, ‘I’m not feeling well but I’m ready to do the show. That’s what I do for it.’ It looked like he was talking to himself,” Kosi told investigators. “He said his hearing had stopped and that’s what happened that night,” said Kosi, who runs the concert hall for talent and staff Was. He was asking the sound people to turn everything on. ,
Saget also said he has a “sore throat” and is “glad he had the lozenges for the stage,” Kosi said.
Nevertheless, Coxie noticed that Saget “seemed fine” and was “breaking jokes” during his nearly two-hour performance. Saget also “wasn’t sweating, he didn’t miss a beat, didn’t mess anything up…he turned out to be very energetic,” Kukki said.
The Page Six report comes a day after Orange County officials released their final reports, photos and police body-camera videos related to the investigation into Saget’s January 9 death. Images and video show what sheriff’s investigators saw when they entered Saget’s room at the Ritz-Carlton in Orlando, Florida, after receiving a report that he was found dead.
The Associated Press reported earlier this month that investigators found no evidence of conflict, dishonesty or indications that someone else was there during Saget’s stay in the room. A toxicology analysis showed no illegal drugs or toxins in Saget’s body.
The medical examiner’s office had previously ruled that Saget died of a “blunt-force blow” to the head, but has offered differing theories about how the injury occurred. The autopsy report also revealed that Saget had COVID-19 at the time of his death, CNN told in February. The comedian said in December that he had COVID-19, and that PCR tests could give positive results for weeks after he recovered, CNN said.
The medical examiner also noted that Saget’s respiratory system was “COVID-positive,” but did not clarify that finding, Page Six added.
After being infected with the coronavirus for the first time, some people may experience a number of new or ongoing symptoms that can last for weeks or months, According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
These symptoms, known as long-haul COVID, long-haul COVID, or post-acute COVID-19, include fever, shortness of breath, fatigue, cough, difficulty thinking or concentrating, mood problems, joint or muscle pain. , sleep problems, changes may include: taste or smell, and dizziness or lightheadedness upon standing, the CDC said.
The final report, released on Tuesday, again points to a brain injury as the cause of Saget’s death. It also indicates that the cause of the injury ultimately remains a mystery.
Chief Medical Examiner Joshua Stephanie had previously concluded that Saget died after hitting the back of his head “with something hard, covered with something soft”, offering the carpet floor as an example, the AP reported. Told. Investigators reportedly believe that hitting such a surface would explain why Saget’s head was not bleeding externally when found on the bed.
Investigators had previously offered the theory to People magazine that Saget may have lost consciousness in the bathroom and fell backwards on the marble floor and hit his head.
The People Report did not say that investigators at the time believed Saget lost consciousness and collapsed. Investigators told People that “a slimy Saget” could have regained consciousness and stumbled on the bed, where he lost consciousness again and died.
Although Saget hit his head, he suffered multiple skull fractures that spread to the front of his head and to his eye sockets, and he was bleeding into his brain. Stephanie said the fractures “would stun Mr Saget,” and she would experience dizziness, the AP said.
Had he been with people at the time, he would have noticed “confusion, balance and/or slurred speech”, the medical examiner’s report said.
in the report in the New York Times And elsewhere, medical experts said they believed Saget felt worse than “a simple bump of the head.” The neurosurgeon interviewed by the Times said it would be unusual for a normal fall to be caused by Saget’s fracture.
His injuries are “more reminiscent” of those suffered by someone who falls from a considerable height or falls out of his seat in a car accident. But they agreed that the injuries may have left them in extreme pain or even fainting.