Asia Argento issues heartbreaking statement on death of Anthony Bourdain
The Italian actress posted a statement about her partner's death to Twitter
The Italian actress stated that Bourdain was "her rock" and protector and that she is devastated by his passing.
Argento has recently been an outspoken part of the #MeToo movement, contributing to a Ronan Farrow article for the New Yorker last October about her alleged rapist, Harvey Weinstein. Argento accuses Weinstein of assaulting her at a party after his then-company Miramax distributed her film, 'B. Monkey'. Bourdain is being remembered for his advocacy and support of the #MeToo movement.
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