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Actor David Carradine's Death..A Sex Act gone bad?

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  1. Ab-Titchaz

    Ab-Titchaz Content Manager Staff Member

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    Actor David Carradine found dead



    (CNN) -- American actor David Carradine has been found dead, hanging by a nylon rope in a hotel room closet in Bangkok, Thailand, according to a Thai police official.


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    Carradine became famous in the 1970s when he starred in the television series "Kung Fu."

    The rope was believed taken from the hotel room curtains, Bangkok Police Lt. Colonel Pirom Chanpirom said.Investigators found no sign of a forced entry into Carradine's room, Chanpirom said.An autopsy was being conducted at a Bangkok hospital, but no results will be available for another day, he said.

    A Carradine family spokeswoman issued a short statement saying the family "is devastated by the news of David's passing."

    "Circumstances surrounding his death are still unknown, and there will be no further comment until more information can be confirmed," the statement said.

    "The family appreciates the many expressions of condolence, and asks for privacy at this time."

    Carradine's personal co-manager, Tiffany Smith, said police provided the family with information about their investigation.Carradine's friends and personal managers said they were in "complete shock" and brushed aside suggestions that Carradine might have taken his own life.

    Actor Michael Madsen told CNN's Larry King that the one thing Carradine's wife, Annie Bierman, wanted everyone to know is "David was not suicidal."

    Chuck Binder, Carradine's manager for the last six years, said he spoke with a producer in Thailand who thought there was foul play.
    "I don't know if I'd call it accidental," Binder said, adding that Carradine's career was on a roll and his life was on an upswing.
    Carradine was in Bangkok for filming of the movie "Stretch," being produced by a United Kingdom-based company, Smith said.
    "He was the only American cast member," she said.

    Carradine, who portrayed the traveling Shaolin monk Kwai Chang Caine in the television series "Kung Fu," was 72.

    Modern audiences may best know him as "Bill" in Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill" films. He earned a 2005 Golden Globe nomination for his role in the second movie in the two-part saga.

    Tarantino, also appearing on "Larry King Live," called Carradine one of "Hollywood's great mad geniuses."

    "He was a rock star at the time 'Kung Fu' came out," Tarantino said, holding up a vintage metal lunch box with an image from the popular show.

    "I'm in shock," he said.

    Actor David Carradine found dead - CNN.com
     
  2. Ab-Titchaz

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    David Carradine's manager suspects foul play in actor's death


    LOS ANGELES, California (CNN) -- David Carradine's wife and his manager disputed suggestions that the actor's death was a suicide, while a source in Bangkok, Thailand, said the actor's neck and genitals were found bound with rope.

    Carradine, 72, became famous in the 1970s, when he portrayed the traveling Shaolin monk Kwai Chang Caine in the television series "Kung Fu."
    Bangkok police said Carradine was found hanging by a nylon rope in a Bangkok hotel room closet Thursday morning.

    A member of the emergency crew who was called to the hotel after a maid found Carradine told CNN that a yellow nylon rope was tied around the actor's neck and a black rope was around his genitals. The source asked not to be identified.

    "I do not know if you want to call it accidental," Chuck Binder, Carradine's manager, told CNN's Larry King on Thursday. He said Carradine's career was on a roll and his life was on a resurgence.

    Binder said a producer of the movie, "Stretch," which Carradine was to act in, called him from Thailand to tell him what was happening there.

    "I do not want to get in the middle of this whole investigation, but this guy said to me for sure there was foul play," Binder said.

    Actor Michael Madsen told King that the one thing Carradine's wife, Annie Bierman, wanted everyone to know is, "David was not suicidal."

    David Carradine's manager suspects foul play in actor's death - CNN.com
     
  3. Ab-Titchaz

    Ab-Titchaz Content Manager Staff Member

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    This thing keeps getting bizzare!!!....

    Carradine Had Rope Around Genitals: Thai Police


    BANGKOK — Police are speculating that accidental suffocation, not suicide, may have caused the death of American cult actor David Carradine, whose body was found in a hotel closet in the Thai capital with a rope tied to his neck, wrist and genitals.
    ...The practice involves temporarily cutting off the supply of oxygen to the brain to heighten the effects of a sexual climax


    Carradine Had Rope Around Genitals: Thai Police
     
  4. StaffordKibona

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    Namkumbuka kwenye ile movie akipambana na kimwana Ulma Thurman -KILL BILL
     
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  5. Natty Bongoman

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    I have heard of this practice ... crazy shyt... sa sielewi kamba around genitals - what for? labda kukata supply ya oxygen simultaneously na kukata mlango wa cum inalipua moyo...
     
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