“Bachelor” star Gia Allemand shocked everyone when she tried to commit suicide, but landed on life support for two days. After losing major brain and organ function, her mother and boyfriend decided to take her off life support. Since then, many people have reached out on Twitter, revealing that she is rather shocked. According to a new Hollywood Life report published on Aug. 18, “Bachelor” star Allemand’s friends have now held a memorial for the troubled star.
Over the weekend, friends and family members gathered near the Mississippi River in New Orleans, Louisiana to mourn and pay their respects to her. The large group walked mournfully to the water’s edge, where they threw white flowers into the river, a sign of remembrance according to the memorial’s invitation, according to the report. “Today, we wear this white ribbon in Gia’s honor. Please join us in prayer as we toss white flowers into the river to symbolize that our love and memory of her will continue to flow in our hearts,” read the invitation.
Her funeral is scheduled to be on Aug. 21 in New York. Her boyfriend has expressed tremendous grief over losing his girlfriend, especially since he has learned that she committed suicide because she felt he wasn't about to propose to her.