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Frank Sinatra Jr’s son in suicide controversy

Posted by on Sep 23, 2010 | Leave a Comment

Frank has tried to commit suicide. 32-year-old, son of Frank Sinatra Jr. is hospitalized at this time. This afternoon, authorities took measures to a 911 emergency call for a probable suicide in Downey, California and he admitted to the hospital. Frank had taken lots of pills, but when authorities reached for the spot, he was conscious. According to the sources, who are close to the family told KTLA that the incident happened around 5PM.

Frank Sinatra Jr

A near loved ones source tells TMZ, “it was undeniably a “suicide attempt.” “We’re told the more youthful Sinatra has constantly avoided the spotlight that appears using the loved ones name.” At present, Sinatra is under therapy in the ER at Downey Regional healthcare Center. Law enforcement sources said, “The patient who is also known as Frank is the son of 66-year old Frank Jr. He had taken too many pills, but was alert when authorities reached on the spot.”

A reporter spoke to a woman in hospital room of Sinatra, who identified herself as “Aunt Dorothy.” She would not verify the suicide attempt but said, “Let’s just say it is very similar to what his grandfather went through with Ava Gardner. He is been having a very tough time. He’s doing better now. We think he’ll pull through.” TMZ.com reported that this news is wrong.

Frank Sinatra is the son of Frank Sinatra Jr. & Nancy Sinatra and grandson of iconic singer Frank Sinatra. He chased a musical career, but never achieved headliner status or escaped comparison to Ol’ Blue Eyes. At the age of 19 years, he was kidnapped in 1963, but released two days later after his father paid a $240,000 ransom. Sinatra Jr. is bitingly referred to by the character Paulie Walnuts as “The Chairboy of the Board” in a cameo appearance on a 2000 episode of “The Sopranos”. His voice was also heard on two episodes of Family Guy.


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