“Bachelor” star Gia Allemand shocked everyone when it was revealed that she had committed suicide about a month ago. She committed suicide over supposed relationship issues and she wanted to settle down and get married. Apparently, she wasn't depressed but her mother has a theory as to why her daughter was pushed over the edge. According to a new US Weekly report published on Sept. 11, “Bachelor” star Gia Allemand's mother has now spoken out about her daughter's suicide and she has set the record straight on her supposed depression.
Her mother says that her father, Eugene Allemand, may have been a part of Gia's sadness. Her mother, Donna Micheletti, has revealed that she thinks that her father's abandonment, her relationship with Ryan Anderson and her menstrual cycle all had something to do with her suicide. “She just said, 'I'm so tired of being hurt,'" Micheletti recalled of their conversation. "I can't do this anymore.'" These were some of the final words that she told her mother.
And it sounds like Gia's menstrual cycle has been an issue for quite some time. “At that point, that day, with how she felt with her menstrual cycle, she could not see clearly," Micheletti said. "And I knew that's happened to her. I was trying to talk to her and be careful what I say because I didn't want to upset her more and I was nervous."
Dr. Phil inquired, "You're saying that this menstrual cycle would take such a powerful hold on her that she would turn so much . . .”
Of course, her mother may have known her best and it sounds like she is convinced that it had something to do with her depressive periods. What do you think of her mother's theory?