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Lisa Robin Kelly husband sues rehab center in wrongful death lawsuit

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Lisa Robin Kelly husband is now suing the rehab center in a wrongful death lawsuit. On Tuesday, MSN shared the news about this lawsuit. Lisa Robin Kelly of "That 70s Show" actually died in August of 2013 at the young age of 43. She had a substance abuse problem and had checked into a facility just a few days before her death.

Here is what the statement says Robert Gilliam reported that the facility Pax House and its operators, James and Marcia Burnett, "carelessly and negligently owned, managed and operated the subject facility and/or were negligent in the hiring, retention, training, and supervision of their agents, employees, servants, and/or independent contractors whom they assigned to care for patients."

He is also saying that he had damages after her death that he is blaming on them. Robert said that he "sustained damages resulting from the loss of love, affection, society, comfort, support, right of support, expectations of future support and counseling, companionship, solace and mental support."

It is very obvious that Robert Gilliam feels like his wife Lisa Robin Kelly shouldn't have passed away. He does not feel like she got the help she needed and this lawsuit will help decide if he is right or not.


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