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Could Bravo be facing a lawsuit over Taylor Armstrong’s husband’s death?

HollywoodNews.com: It came as quite a shock when ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ star Taylor Armstrong’s estranged husband was found dead from a suicide. Now, it looks like someone wants Bravo to be held responsible.

Russell Armstrong’s family is allegedly considering a lawsuit against the network as a result of the tragedy, states RadarOnline.com. His step-brother, Wade Jackson, reportedly believes that Bravo has some blame in this situation, along with Taylor.

“In his line of business he didn’t want to be a public person on the show, but Taylor pushed him into it,” Jackson commented.

Jackson added that the family feels Bravo also had a part in his problems as everything in his life became very public.

Do you think they have any grounds for a lawsuit?

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One Comment

  • August 19, 2011 | Permalink |

    I was shocked and heartbroken over the news of Russell Armstrong, though not surprised. I believe Taylor is responsible for his death, without question. Why blame Bravo?

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