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What Gia Allemand's Boyfriend Wants People to Know About Suicide

Gia Allemand's Boyfriend Calls Her Suicide 'The Most Painful Experience of My Life'

Originally posted 11/13/2014 04:00PM

It's been over a year since The Bachelor's Gia Allemand committed suicide at age 29 and her boyfriend, Ryan Anderson is still reeling from the loss.

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From Cory Monteith to Valerie Harper: The 13 Most-Read Stories of 2013

UpdatePosted 12/31/2013 11:45AM

The 13 Most-Read Stories of 2013

Originally posted 12/23/2013 01:45PM

The year 2013 had its ups – but unfortunately it was the downs that generated the most page views on PEOPLE.com.

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Gia Allemand's Boyfriend Breaks Down over Her Suicide

Gia Allemand's Boyfriend, Ryan Anderson, Breaks Down over Her Suicide

Originally posted 10/01/2013 08:10AM

Gia Allemand's boyfriend, Ryan Anderson, was brought to tears as he spoke publicly for the first time about how he was coping after her suicide.

The New Orleans Pelicans forward was the one who found the former Bachelor star, 29, in her apartment on Aug. 12, after she hanged herself, and the Times-Picayune reports that his grief was evident as he was interviewed Monday at a team media day.

"Every day is a challenge," he says. "It helps to be here. My family's with me. To be here with my teammates really helps a lot, but it's a roller-coaster."

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Gia Allemand's Mom Blames Reality Star's Dad for Suicide

Gia Allemand's Mom Blames Reality Star's Dad for Suicide

Originally posted 09/11/2013 07:00PM

Gia Allemand's mom Donna Micheletti doesn't fault her daughter's boyfriend for leading to her shocking suicide last month.

Immediately following the tragic death of the former Bachelor contestant, 29, fingers were pointed at NBA player Ryan Anderson, who apparently told the reality starlet he didn't love her anymore.

Micheletti says such wasn't the case, and in fact, it is her daughter's dad Eugene Allemand who is to blame.

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Gia Allemand Was on the Phone with Her Mother as She Took Her Own Life

Gia Allemand Was on the Phone with Her Mother as She Took Her Own Life

Originally posted 09/08/2013 08:00PM

Donna Micheletti's voice choked with tears as she told Dr. Phil McGraw about her daughter Gia Allemand's final moments as she tried to commit suicide on Aug. 12.

In the heartbreaking interview set to air on Dr. Phil on Tuesday, Micheletti revealed she was on the phone with her daughter, 29, as she hanged herself in her New Orleans apartment.

Micheletti believes that the Bachelor star called her because "I'm the closest person in the world to her and she didn't want to be alone when she left this world. So she wanted Mommy to be there, I guess."

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Friends and Family Say Goodbye to Gia Allemand at Funeral | Gia Allemand

Gia Allemand: Friends and Family Say Goodbye at the Reality Star's Funeral

Originally posted 08/22/2013 03:30PM

Gia Allemand was laid to rest Thursday morning in Manhattan.

On a side street in the Chelsea neighborhood, a group of close friends and family began to gather in the rain outside the Trinity Grace Church, preparing to say goodbye to the beloved Bachelor contestant, who died in a suicide earlier this month.

Waiting photographers snapped pictures as a car pulled up to the curb outside, which was lined with floral bouquets. The sight of a large sign that read "Gia" in flowers prompted some mourners to break down in tears.

Allemand's boyfriend, basketball player Ryan Anderson, was one of the last to arrive. He entered the church with Allemand's family, remaining stony-faced as pallbearers carried the coffin inside. Once inside, he sat in the front row, as did Allemand's mother, Donna Micheletti.

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Gia Allemand's Boyfriend Told Her: 'I Don't Love You Anymore'

Gia Allemand's Boyfriend Told Her: 'I Don't Love You Anymore'

Originally posted 08/21/2013 06:30PM

Hours before she hanged herself Aug. 12 with a vacuum cleaner cord, Gia Allemand argued with boyfriend Ryan Anderson over her suspicions he'd been unfaithful, according to a police report.

As Anderson dropped Allemand off at her New Orleans apartment, she told him that she still loved him; he replied, "I don't love you anymore," according to Anderson's statement to police.

Two hours later, Anderson – summoned to Allemand's apartment by her concerned mother – found Allemand hanging, according to the police report obtained by E! and TMZ.

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Readers Wowed by Jennifer Aniston's Floral Fashion

Jennifer Aniston's Floral Fashion Wows Readers

Originally posted 08/18/2013 09:30AM

It was an emotional week for PEOPLE.com readers – from the shocking suicide of The Bachelor contestant Gia Allemand, to Bethenny Frankel's confession that her contentious divorce has been "brutal."

Fortunately, there was some relief: thank you, Jennifer Aniston.

Here are the five stories that sparked the strongest reactions over the past week, from happy, sad, laugh out loud, angry and wow – and keep coming back to click on the emoticons at the bottom of every story, to let us know just what you think.

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Gia Allemand's Mother: Don't Listen to Theories About Her Death

Gia Allemand's Mother, Donna Micheletti, Issues Statement About Daughter's Death

Originally posted 08/16/2013 10:30AM

Donna Micheletti, mother of Gia Allemand, issued an official statement Friday morning to set the record straight about theories and remarks that have come out about her late daughter.

Released through a media representative, Micheletti's statement said, "The family and close friends of Gia Allemand have not spoken to the media to date, nor have they posted comments or insight on Twitter. There are numerous statements and theories in the media regarding Gia's death and her life that refer to sources close to Gia or friends of hers."

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Remembering Gia Allemand: 5 Standout TV Moments

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Gia Allemand's Most Memorable TV Moments

Originally posted 08/15/2013 12:15PM

Evident by the outpouring of heartbreaking Tweets from past and present members of The Bachelor franchise, season 14's Gia Allemand, 29, was a beloved contestant.

Remembered for her long, brown locks, carefree personality and fit physique, the third finalist in Jake Pavelka's season died of an apparent suicide on Wednesday after being hospitalized in critical condition on Monday night, following a "serious emergency medical event," ABC said.

While Allemand's death is a tragedy, her life can be remembered in notable TV clips during her time in the reality TV spotlight. Here are five of the New Yorker's most memorable on-camera moments:

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