Ex-wife Marina Anderson chronicles romance, life-threatening sex and drugs.
July 21, 2010- -- Just over this past year actor David Carradine passed away a death that is seedy hanging by a drapery cord within the cramped wardrobe of the Bangkok college accommodation. Now, their ex-wife states she thinks the 72-year-old "Kung Fu" star was murdered.
Authorities ruled that Carradine had inadvertently suffocated in a sex that is lone known as autoerotic asphyxiation, but his fourth spouse, Actress Marina Anderson, claims in a brand new book that the star "never flew solo" and also the autopsy and other details of their death "just do not fit."
Anderson, who had been hitched to Carradine from 1998 to 2001, admits that her husband's kinky sex-life -- a penchant for bondage being choked to your true point of orgasm -- had been not surprising, finally destroying their marriage and ultimately causing their death.
"we believe he had been murdered," she told ABCNews.com in a job interview this week. "That's all there was to it."
"For David to accidentally do so to himself, that is not the act," stated Anderson. "He never ever flew solo whenever we were together. That didn't fit the scenario. David liked participation."
Anderson knew that firsthand from satisfying Carradine's intimate demands in their marriage.
"I never ever surely got to the purpose of suffocation," she stated. "It completely freaked me down. I liked oxygen that is having my brain."
Inside her memoir, "David Carradine: The Eye of My Tornado," which hit bookstores this month, Anderson stated she was compelled to analyze the mystical circumstances of Carradine's death, obtaining autopsy results and death scene photos and interviewing coroners in Bangkok, along with United states coroners Dr.