Actress Elizabeth Hurley (55) can't believe that her ex-partner Steve Bing is no longer alive. On her official Instagram channel she posted several pairs of photos of herself and the film producer and screenwriter, reportedly committed suicide at age 55. Hurley wrote, among other things: "I am incredibly sad that my ex Steve is no longer with us. It is a terrible end."
In 2002, after a short relationship between the two, their son Damian Charles (18) was born. Hurley and Bing last spoke on his 18th birthday on April 4 this year, their post now says. The previous year, after various quarrels, they had again come closer to one another, Hurley writes. At that time, Bing did not initially accept paternity, only a DNA test confirmed that Damian Charles was his son.
The beautiful memories count
"Our time together was very happy. I publish these pictures because despite difficult times we have lived through together, it is the good, wonderful memories of a nice, lovable man that count," continues Hurley, thanking him Train for the many positive messages they have achieved since the tragedy.
The American Bing was well known in the Hollywood scene. He was responsible for the comedy "Kangaroo Jack" from 2003 as a screenwriter. As a producer, he was involved in films such as "The Polar Express" and "Beowulf". He also produced the Rolling Stones concert film "Shine A Light" by director Martin Scorsese (77).
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