Williams suicide reportedly not planned

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Based on a conversation with a close associate of Robin Williams, a new report indicates the actor had not planned his suicide for a long time before he killed himself last week.

A source told TMZ about a lengthy conversation the Williams confidante had with the Oscar winner the day before his body was discovered by his assistant in his Tiburon, California, home.

According to the source, Williams was “completely engaged in the conversation” about several pending projects the entertainer was considering working on — asking numerous specific questions about the deals. That would appear to be inconsistent with someone thinking about taking his own life.

The source also added that Williams was “unhappy, which he often was, but it was nothing unusual,” since the actor, like a number of other comedians, “lived in a dark place.” It is thought that whatever set off Williams and led him to hang himself occurred shortly before he took his life.

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