Ronni Chasen’s brother, Larry Cohen, theorizes about her murder Larry Cohen, the brother of murdered publicist Ronni Chasen, believes her death was probably a road-rage incident .

Cohen spoke to the “New York Times” for a story published Saturday.

In addition, the New York Times reports that “Ronni Chasen could be loud. And she pushed… at 64, Ms. Chasen was fighting to keep her place in a Hollywood public relations game that had mostly gone to firms bigger than her boutique Chasen and Company, or to players who were younger… Ms. Chasen operated a modest public relations firm with the sort of clients who might be expected to pay fees of only a few thousand dollars a month — not much when measured against the need to pay salaries for her staff of four and the demands of a Hollywood life… Yet she had become surprisingly wealthy. Documents posted Thursday on the celebrity news service show her to have been worth about $6 million when she wrote a will in 1994. ”

Photo above: Ronni Chasen at the “Burlesque” premiere a few hours before she was assassinated

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One Comment

  • December 6, 2010 | Permalink |

    Have a look @ this photo of Ronni, taken within hours of her execution. Does this look like someone who didn’t know something was happening?:
    The movie industry is so overwhelmingly molto-hyper sophisticated at Public Mind-Manipulation (view their product = the culture that events);
    that it would have been a no-effort for some mogul whose product aspirations have been eclipsed by the job Ronni Chasen had done to deflect Oscar-interest towards (his) competition, TO ORDER HER EXECUTION
    ~ Hit her;
    ~ Find some lowlife, likely to off-himself if threatened with a warrant;
    ~ Finger-him (the call to the TV show);
    AND RESULTS the near-tight red herring that will dilute focus.

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