Chester Bennington's Ex-Wife Unhappy With His Funeral

Pierre Vaugeois
Août 25, 2017

In a long, rambling tirade on Facebook, Bennington - who was married to the rocker from 1996 - 2005 - called the service a "disgusting delusional display" and claimed that his life outside of the past 12 years and his second marriage was not recognised.

She also slams the program from the service as looking "like a cheap happy hour menu", and disses Bennington's widow, Talinda, for neglecting to invite her to the "after bowling celebration" and for not treating Draven "equally". "It was more like checking into KROQ's Weenie Roast Festival".

"It was a disgusting delusional display on all people who spoke at the funeral & their characters", she wrote. Samantha continues. "I'm so disgusted on so many levels! Business is business but I see Zero Love…We know who are friends & family are so if your [sic] offended, good then you read this & it applies!"

In a lengthy note, Bennington's ex-wife Samantha laid out her outrage over the way Chester's funeral went down. "We haven't had the opportunity to honor his dad properly for his life time", she wrote, "& the lack of respect & honesty is just disgusting!

Chester Bennington was buried in a private funeral service in Palos Verdes, Calif. on July 29, where an estimated 200 friends and family members were in attendance.

Bennington's son, Draven, is now refusing to go into the home where the singer died and Samantha suggests he's being denied possessions as a result of that. "We do not have a place to go or even any of his ashes!"

Linkin Park announced last Tuesday via Twitter that they will be holding a public memorial soon for their recently deceased frontman Chester Bennington, which would be held in Los Angeles.

"He would rather not have a jacket from his dad then have you force him to go into that home".

She ended the note with, "I hope you like capitalizing on his death...karma is real". You can see the status below.

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