News regarding Kirstie Alley’s sudden death stunned the world this week. The Hollywood actress known for her roles in Cheers, Veronica’s Closet and Look Who’s Talking, died suddenly at the age of 71.
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Alley’s death was confirmed on Monday night in a statement from her children, William “True” Stevenson and Lillie Price Stevenson, which was posted to her social media account.
“To all our friends, far and wide around the world … We are sad to inform you that our incredible, fierce and loving mother has passed away after a battle with cancer, only recently discovered,” the statement said.
But that’s not the whole story. Far from it. Like many other celebrities who died before their time in recent years, Kirstie Alley had vowed to expose the elite pedophile ring at the heart of the Hollywood entertainment industry. As news filtered through of her sudden death on Monday, many of those closest to her expressed their fears that she was finally silenced by the elite.
Born in Kansas in 1951, Kirstie Alley was always her own woman, refusing to sell her soul to Hollywood for success. She married her childhood sweetheart, Bob Alley, in 1970 and got her break in 1987 when she she joined the cast of the sitcom Cheers, playing the bar’s new manager Rebecca Howe.
Alley’s life in the limelight was tumultuous. She was feted by the industry, given awards and opportunities that most people can only dream about. Her personal life suffered. She divorced twice and managed to overcome an addiction to cocaine. Unlike most celebrities, Alley didn’t let the darkness destroy her. She came out the other side a stronger woman because she always held on to her moral core.
A vocal supporter of former US president Donald Trump since 2016, Alley claimed she had been “blackballed” in Hollywood due to her politics, saying: “You can be cooking meth and sleeping with hookers, but as long as, apparently, you didn’t vote for Trump … I feel like I’m in The Twilight Zone a bit.”