Shortly after In Touch revealed Susan Schneider, widow of Robin Williams, was planning on releasing a tell-all book, the artist penned a medical essay about the late actor's health before his suicide — much to the dismay of his family.
The essay, which is featured in a medical journal titled, Neurology, describes how Lewy Body Dementia attacked Robin's body.
According to the essay, the actor suffered from "constipation, urinary difficulty, heartburn, sleeplessness and insomnia — and lots of stress." Susan further claimed Robin's frequent memory loss and increased anxiety was "devastating to him."
Robin's family is not taking the published essay lightly. "There was no reason to reveal every last detail," a source close to his family revealed to In Touch. "He would've never agreed to this. He's rolling over in his grave right now."
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