This information originally came from a BBC documentary about the celebrated African athlete who has been charged with the murder of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp. By way of background, the tragic killing, which came at the hand of Oscar's gun, happened in Pistorius' South African home on Valentine's Day.
That said, the documentary called "Oscar Pistorius: What Really Happened?" quotes Oscar's buddy Mike Azzi as saying, "[Oscar is] like someone walking around in circles. He doesn't know here he is going..."
Azzi, who is a race horse trainer, goes on to say he believes that his friend was involved in "an accident" when Steenkamp was killed, and he is praying that this wasn't a situation where Oscar was simply caught out in a fit of being "uncontrollable."
Meanwhile, the situation in which the Olympic track star finds himself these days has taken more than just an emotional toll. Apparently, Oscar Pistorius is drowning in legal fees and must sell his possessions, including all his real estate holdings, in order to pay up.
With all that on his plate, Pistorius seems to be on the brink of a total breakdown as he faces the possibility of life in prison after he allegedly killed his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, who was with him on Valentine's Day when she died. No doubt his emotional high when Pistorius won at the London Olympics last summer is a distant memory as Oscar now reaches an emotional low while waiting to find out his fate and while possibly contemplating suicide.