From the Dallas News… here.
Armstrong’s sister, who has never watched the show, is trying her best to make sense of all the craziness. “I’m not going to say he was perfect. I think he got into that Hollywood lifestyle, all that excitement and glamour.
“I want all the people who watched the show and are reading all those stories about what a monster he was to know that he left behind a mom and dad and a sister and children and nephews and friends who loved him,” she said.
“I want them to know that he was funny as heck and fun-loving, that he worked his butt off to take care of the people who needed him.”
The show’s producers have said they are re-editing the new season, which continued to focus on the troubled-marriage story line. Bravo executives also sent their condolences after Armstrong’s death and denied reports that the conflict was encouraged. The new season is set to return Sept. 5.