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Tara Palmer Tomkinson R.I.P.

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At only 45 she lost her battle against a brain tumour
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1w, 4d agoPosted 1 week, 4 days ago
At only 45 she lost her battle against a brain tumour
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1w, 4d agoPosted 1 week, 4 days ago
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richardthompson79
Nothing classy about having a cocaine addiction

The 'addiction' bit didn't give you a clue that it may not have been wholly by choice?

45 is way too young for a woman to pass away and it's sad for those close to her. Calling her a coke head when she's barely been dead a day means you were simply raised poorly and there's no rehab centre or cure for that.
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That's pretty sad. Didn't even know she was ill.
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6 Likes #3
That's pretty sad. Didn't even know she was ill.
#4
A bit of a love her hate her woman.

Personally I thought she was hilarious.

RIP
#5
archer1204
lost her battle against a brain tumour

It doesnt say how she died.
2 Likes #6
I liked her :( she was fun
2 Likes #7
RIP Tara.
Never understood why she was a celeb.
#8
123thisisme
RIP Tara.
Never understood why she was a celeb.

Because she is close to "royalty" & Prince Charles' God daughter & acted normal?


Edited By: YouDontWantToKnow on Feb 08, 2017 16:25
#9
death is unexplained. tumour was non malignant
#10
Rip :|
1 Like #11
I'll be surprised if her death is related to the tumour, the type she had was removable with a fairly simple procedure up through the nose (she may have had it done last year)

sad news though, she had bags of personality :(
2 Likes #12
123thisisme
RIP Tara.
Never understood why she was a celeb.

Just look at Kim Kardashian. It's a weird world.
#13
DarkEnergy2012
I'll be surprised if her death is related to the tumour, the type she had was removable with a fairly simple procedure up through the nose (she may have had it done last year)

sad news though, she had bags of personality :(

We have a medical expert here folks X)
#14
RIP
The grandmother of the famous for no reason family.
1 Like #15
RIP 45 is no age to go at :(
1 Like #16
Nothing classy about having a cocaine addiction
3 Likes #17
richardthompson79
Nothing classy about having a cocaine addiction
I meant the pathetic and mean comment.
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richardthompson79
Nothing classy about having a cocaine addiction

The 'addiction' bit didn't give you a clue that it may not have been wholly by choice?

45 is way too young for a woman to pass away and it's sad for those close to her. Calling her a coke head when she's barely been dead a day means you were simply raised poorly and there's no rehab centre or cure for that.
1 Like #19
Like cigarettes or alcohol, to much kills. I call it for what it is. Died young from to much excess.
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richardthompson79
Nothing classy about having a cocaine addiction
The 'addiction' bit didn't give you a clue that it may not have been wholly by choice?
45 is way too young for a woman to pass away and it's sad for those close to her. Calling her a coke head when she's barely been dead a day means you were simply raised poorly and there's no rehab centre or cure for that.


Only thing missing from that reply was what sort of "man" would say that about a woman.

Your replies are getting far too predictible X)

Although I agree (_;)
2 Likes #21
Rest In Peace Tara :(
3 Likes #22
I really liked her. RIP Tara.

I bet she had a lot of good times and fun.
#23
never heard of her.....so young.
2 Likes #24
Shame. She had her issues but whenever I saw her she was always upbeat.
#25
richardthompson79
Like cigarettes or alcohol, to much kills. I call it for what it is. Died young from to much excess.

She could have died accidentally falling downstairs or anything
#26
It is very sad but like others have mentioned, I'm sure her many excesses didn't help the situation.

She potentially had the whole world given to her, and whilst that doesn't buy happiness, it's a good start. I find it hard to pity anyone who either won't take help or refuses to believe there is a problem. (After a nasty overdose she did in fact seek help and apparently get clean)

Considering how much many of us have mourned for other true great losses in the last year, very few of those had extremely public drug issues.

It's sad but she'll be remembered as a hardcore party girl for a very short time before being forgotten by many if not all but her close friends and family.

Edited By: jouster on Feb 09, 2017 00:23: Edit
#27
jouster
It is very sad but like others have mentioned, I'm sure her many excesses didn't help the situation.
She potentially had the whole world given to her, and whilst that doesn't buy happiness, it's a good start. I find it hard to pity anyone who either won't take help or refuses to believe there is a problem.
Considering how much many of us have mourned for other true great losses in the last year, very few of those had extremely public drug issues.
It's sad but she'll be remembered as a hardcore party girl for a very short time before being forgotten by many if not all but her close friends and family.
Who cares who remembers you when you're dead, when you're dead you're dead.
#28
airfix
jouster
It is very sad but like others have mentioned, I'm sure her many excesses didn't help the situation.
She potentially had the whole world given to her, and whilst that doesn't buy happiness, it's a good start. I find it hard to pity anyone who either won't take help or refuses to believe there is a problem.
Considering how much many of us have mourned for other true great losses in the last year, very few of those had extremely public drug issues.
It's sad but she'll be remembered as a hardcore party girl for a very short time before being forgotten by many if not all but her close friends and family.
Who cares who remembers you when you're dead, when you're dead you're dead.

Everyone seems to care when people area dead nowadays, otherwise why are you even reading and posting on this thread?

Edited By: jouster on Feb 08, 2017 19:41
#29
deeky
Shame. She had her issues but whenever I saw her she was always upbeat.


There was probably a very good reason for her permanently happy demeanour in the public eye at least.
#30
jouster
airfix
jouster
It is very sad but like others have mentioned, I'm sure her many excesses didn't help the situation.
She potentially had the whole world given to her, and whilst that doesn't buy happiness, it's a good start. I find it hard to pity anyone who either won't take help or refuses to believe there is a problem.
Considering how much many of us have mourned for other true great losses in the last year, very few of those had extremely public drug issues.
It's sad but she'll be remembered as a hardcore party girl for a very short time before being forgotten by many if not all but her close friends and family.
Who cares who remembers you when you're dead, when you're dead you're dead.
Everyone seemed to care when people area dead nowadays, otherwise why are you even reading and posting on this thread?
Because I liked her and will remember her, she won't know that though so she won't care ! :)
#31
jouster

There was probably a very good reason for her permanently happy demeanour in the public eye at least.

Yeah there was.

The woman was totally nuts in the nicest way possible.
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jouster
It is very sad but like others have mentioned, I'm sure her many excesses didn't help the situation.
She potentially had the whole world given to her, and whilst that doesn't buy happiness, it's a good start. I find it hard to pity anyone who either won't take help or refuses to believe there is a problem.
Considering how much many of us have mourned for other true great losses in the last year, very few of those had extremely public drug issues.
It's sad but she'll be remembered as a hardcore party girl for a very short time before being forgotten by many if not all but her close friends and family.

I feel more sorry for you to be honest. You don't know that she denied her addiction or refused help, or even that she was an addict these years later (in fact a quick Google reveals she openly discussed her addiction and how it negatively effected her life and she sought help and got over it).
At least she had a good time and didn't reduce herself to making things up about someone who tragically died hours earlier.
#33
123thisisme
RIP Tara.
Never understood why she was a celeb.

She was also a classically trained pianist.
1 Like #34
She was a 'socialite'.
2 Likes #35
A statement from the Prince of Wales and wife the Duchess of Cornwall said: “[We are] deeply saddened and our thoughts are so much with the family.”
https://www.thesun.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/nintchdbpict000300182010.jpg?strip=all&w=960
4 Likes #36
Gollywood
She was a 'socialite'.
Nah my brother is a socialite, been on the social all his adult life.
1 Like #37
RIP Tara.

i hope all you "empathetic" people don't live in "glass houses".
1 Like #38
Very sad rest in peace
1 Like #39
All I remember her being famous for was being photographed at events with her nips out.
#40
The mortality rate hasn't increased, it's just these people were in the public eye. It will only increase going forward

Social media will be an even bigger impact I think

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