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Lisa Vanderpump’s Brother Mark Committed Suicide According To Fiancee

Mark Vanderpump, brother of reality star Lisa Vanderpump, recently passed away under mysterious circumstances. While Lisa is opening up an investigation into his death, Mark’s fiancee, Gemma Walker, claims to know what happened: it was suicide.

According to Radar Online, Walker is opening up about her final conversation with her late fiancee. She explained:

“It was for sure suicide. I was the last person he spoke to.”

On the day of Vanderpump’s death, Walker received several cryptic texts from Mark. She described the confusion she felt, saying:

“He sent me a text message that said he was going to a better place. The last message he sent me was ‘My fingers are getting slower.’ I didn’t understand it at first. I was calling him and texting him back, and I heard nothing.”

Walker, who dated Vanderpump for three years before becoming his fiancee, went on to say:

“Of course I am devastated. I loved him very much. I am with my family now.”

Although paramedics rushed Mark to a hospital after they found him, he passed away later the same day.

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Lisa Vanderpump has yet to comment on Walker’s claims. However, she did release a statement on the day he died, saying:

“This has come as a shock to us all. My brother and I had connected the day before this tragedy and I was completely unprepared for this. He was my only sibling and I am shocked and saddened by his passing. I am trying to be supportive to his two young sons that he has left behind, and help them get through this tragedy. We appreciate your consideration in this private and extremely difficult family time.”

We wish the best to both Lisa Vanderpump, Gemma Walker, and their families during this difficult time.

Also, if you or anyone you know is struggling with depression or suicidal thoughts, know that there are other options. If you need help, call the National Suicide Prevention Line at 1-800-273-8255, or check out their website right here.

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