Found August 20, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
  According to a report by TMZ, New Orleans Pelicans forward Ryan Anderson, got into an argument with his girlfriend Gia Allemand, the day she took her life. “Bachelor” contestant Gia Allemand had a fight with her boyfriend hours before she killed herself, and he told her “I don’t love you anymore.” Gia had accused NBA basketball player Ryan Anderson of being unfaithful during lunch the day she died.  During the ride back to her house — where they stopped at a Walgreens to get her NyQuil –  Gia told Ryan she still loved him but then he dropped the bombshell about his feelings.Gia hanged herself in her New Orleans home.  According to official docs — obtained by TMZ — Gia used a vacuum cleaner cord to end her life.  It was tied to the center section of her spiral staircase and tied to the handrail on the second floor. Very sad situation for everyone involved, prayers go out to the family of Ms. Allemand, and to Anderson, who must be absolutely distraught at the moment. He shouldn’t feel guilty for being honest about his feelings but he probably will.
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