Eugene Allemand, father to Gia Allemand is being blamed for her death. Gia’s mother, Donna Micheletti, blames him and she told viewers on Dr. Phil that she holds him responsible.
According to the Daily News, Eugene isn’t taking the accusations lightly, and he wants people to know his side of the story. Apparently, there is more to the story of when he told Gia to lose his number. Eugene said on Celebuzz reports, “Me and Gia had an argument the day after Mother’s Day. I was upset that she didn’t call my mom. And her response was ‘you’re a sad individual and a worse father. My life is better and quieter without you.’”
Eugene tells that Gia had mental demons, and when she had boyfriend trouble, those demons would make the situation worse. That is usually the time she would threaten to kill herself. Eugene and Donna even have different versions of the times that Gia overdosed on sleeping pills Donna believed her daughter when she said that she was just trying to have a good night’s sleep, but Eugene believes that it was more serious. In the hospital, they put Gia on a suicide watch after her overdose.
“She was stopped many times from committing suicide by overdose by her stepfather, and I had to come get her from North Shore Hospital [on Long Island] where she was on suicide watch.
He believes that Gia should have been getting help for her problems.