She sleeps in a different place each night, and makes sure she is always with at least one person, if not two or three.

This foreign born alliterate celebrity has been taking no chances. She sleeps in a different place each night, and makes sure she is always with at least one person, if not two or three. She might get that new guy in her life killed if she doesn't get this thing settled once and for all. They are still out there, until they are called off.

Source: http://www.crazydaysandnights.net

This foreign born alliterate celebrity has been taking no chances.

She sleeps in a different place each night, and makes sure she is always with at least one person, if not two or three.

She might get that new guy in her life killed if she doesn’t get this thing settled once and for all.

They are still out there, until they are called off.

Asia Argento

So Sad! Asia Argento In Cry For Help After Anthony Bourdain’s Shocking Suicide

Asia Argento is starting to feel the real pressure from Anthony Bourdain‘s shocking suicide.

The Italian actress has been posting some sad words on social media that could be a ‘cry for help’ following Bourdain’s death, aged only 61.

She wrote a dark message to her fans via a social media.

It read: The water is up to my neck, I am sinking in deep mud, and there’s no sold ground. I am out in deep water and the waves are about to drown me. I am worn out from calling for help and my throat is aching. I have strained my eyes looking for help. Those who hate me for no reason are more numerous on the hairs on my head. My enemies tell lies against me; they are strong and want to kill me. They made me give back things I did not steal.

On Friday Argento, 42, posted a new selfie with Bourdain to mark the two weeks since he died in a hotel room in Kayserberg, France.

“ Opens a New Window. Two weeks without you,” she captioned the picture.

A source told RadarOnline.com: “Anthony’s death is just really hitting her now. She is doing her best to cope by keeping busy and being surrounded by supportive friends.” – Source