Julia Roberts and family blamed in sister’s tragic suicide note

Julia Roberts' half-sister blamed the Hollywood actress, and the rest of her family, for driving her into 'the deepest depression I've ever been in.'


by Ellie Hooper |
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Nancy Motes committed suicide in February and now her suicide note has come to light, revealing the bitterness she felt towards her family members.

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The 37-year-old production assistant drowned in a bath surrounded by prescription and non-prescription pills, after a life-long battle with mental illness.

Nancy and her fiance John

The tragic note reads: 'My mother & so called "siblings" get nothing except the memory that they are the ones that drove me into the deepest depression I've ever been in.'

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Nancy had a strained relationship with her sister in the months before her death, previously tweeting that 'America's sweetheart is a b****.'

She added in another tweet: 'Do you really want to be a fan or someone so cruel? She's not even that good of an actress. Happy you totally f****** me.'

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Roberts and her mother Betty are now embroiled in a legal dispute with Nancy's fiancé for control of her estate.

In the note, revealed by the MailOnline, Nancy heaps praise on her fiancé John Dilbeck, who she calls her 'one true love.'

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