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Peaches Geldof Interview Surfaces Days After Her Autopsy

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04/14/2014 3:24 pm
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Peaches Geldof Interview Surfaces Days After Her Autopsy
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Roxanne Powell

Senior Content Editor


Autopsies are standard procedure after a death. They're meant to help investigators rule out any foul play, and give families a little peace of mind. Shortly after her own autopsy, writer Peaches Geldof's interview surfaced. Geldof interviewed with The Sun back in 2011. She addressed the "growing speculation" of her anorexia as well as the premiere of the film One Day. Her husband, Thomas Cohen, was also in attendance. Despite what the public might think, Geldof claimed she followed her doctors' advice to the letter, cleaning up her food choices and striving for "a healthier lifestyle." "I had cholesterol and the doctors said stop eating s--t. So I did. If you stop eating pizza and chips you then don't look like you used to," she explained. The step towards health weren't easy for Geldof. The writer confessed once she stopped eating McDonalds and other fatty foods, she discovered that she could be thin and healthy. "I used to eat s--t every single day. I used to wake up with my boyfriend and eat crap. I had the heart of a 90-year-old gangster….People are like, 'Peaches is scary and anorexic.' Not really. It's ridiculous." Not long after her death, Geldof's social profiles, including Instagram and Twitter, were removed from public view. So if you were hoping to see more photos of her two boys, Phaedra and Astala, then you're out of luck. Her final upload was of an older photograph, showing Geldof's mother, Paula Yates, holding her as a baby. Geldof uploaded this photo to the popular website this past Sunday, hours before she was found dead.
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The family is "beyond pain." They describe their daughter as someone who "was the wildest, funniest, cleverest, wittiest and most bonkers of all of us. Writing 'was' destroys me afresh. What a beautiful child." Geldof, who was only 25 when she passed, wrote and starred in several television series including Sex and the City 2: Premiere Special and Loose Women. She is survived by her mother, father, and two sisters: Fifi, Pixie, and half-sister Tiger Lily Geldof.

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