Valerie Bertinelli, son of Eddie Van Halen slams ‘autopsy’ document: ‘disgusting’

Valerie Bertinelli and her son, Wolfgang van Halen, are surprised by the upcoming episode of the documentary series “Anatomy: The Final Hours of . . . ”

The show will discuss the death of Eddie Van Halen, Wolfgang’s father and Bertinelli’s ex-husband. Legendary guitarist Van Halen Died in October 2020 At the age of 65 from cancer.

The “One Day at a Time” star, 62, and her 31-year-old son, a Grammy nominee, have criticized the network for wanting to air the episode this Sunday.

in candid tweetWolfgang wrote: “F–kReelzChannel. F–k everyone who works on this show, and f–k you if you watched it.”

He continued, “P- – the king is disgusting trying to glorify someone’s death from cancer. Pathetic and heartless.” Under his tweet, Bertinelli replied, “Okay Christ, this is disgusting.” Bertinelli and Eddie were married from 1981 to 2007.

Reels released a statement Thursday that while he didn’t specifically mention Eddie Van Halen, he hinted at the controversy in a roundabout way.

“Anatomy: The Last Hours of. . . The statement began “to responsibly explore the circumstances of the death of famous and sincerely beloved celebrities and whom the public cares so much about.”

Wolfgang van Halen and Valerie Bertinelli (inside page) call out the Rails documentary series Autopsy: The Final Hours of. . . In an episode about Eddie Van Halen’s death.
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“The REELZ series is generating a lot of feedback from our viewers ranging from medical professionals praising its scientific accuracy, fans telling us it provides a conclusion or they’ve become more proactive in the interest of their health and many gaining a useful perspective on health issues that may not get other attention.”

In support of her defence, Reils mentioned the aisles of some celebrities who have experienced significant health problems, including “Karen Carpenter who brought anorexia to the public consciousness, the prince whose departure focused attention on opioid epidemic Luke Perry, whose death was renewed Attention to strokes that affects people of all ages.

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Eddie Van Halen of Van Halen performs at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Suite on September 25, 2015 in Woodlands, Texas.  Editorial use only.  (Photo by Manuel Nota/NoorPhoto) (Photo by NoorPhoto/NoorPhoto via Getty Images)
Eddie Van Halen died of throat cancer in October 2020 at the age of 65.
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According to an official episode synopsis, the show features renowned forensic scientist Dr. Michael Hunter analyzing “every detail of [Van Halen’s] life in order to piece together what was going on in his body, which eventually led to his untimely death.”

“If Eddie’s disease was detected early and had reasonable survival rates, what exactly happened?” Description request.

Fans also almost shook their heads at the show, tweeting their disgust and disdain for the upcoming episode.

“I refuse to watch. There is no ounce of substance to any of that programming. It’s just supposed to spice up the negativity of selling ads” One person Wrote. “Hard pass.”

“If you have a little decency, you will cancel this program, please let EVH Rest In Peace, this all belongs to his family and should not be shown in public.” knock in the .

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