Pete Davidson Says Bob Saget Helped With “Severe Mental Health Problems”

It’s safe to say that Bob Saget touched the hearts of more people than he ever knew after tributes to the late star flooded social media following his sudden death, including Pete Davidson, who said Bob Saget helped him with his’ gross mental health.


Saget died at the age of sixty-five.

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Saget passed away on Sunday 9 January.

He was tragically found unconscious in his hotel room at the Ritz-Carlton in Orlando.


Saget was best known for his role as Danny Tanner in the ’80s sitcom. Full house

The hit sitcom ran from 1987 to 1995, with Saget later reprizing the role in 2016 for the Netflix reboot. Fuller House

Fuller House ran for 4 years.


He also voiced the narrator for How I Met your mother.

Staff at the Ritz-Carlton discovered Sageta unconscious in his hotel room.

Local authorities were summoned to the hotel, but Saget died at the scene.

Saget, who was halfway through his comedy tour, performed a show in Jacksonville the night before.

After tweeting about the show, Saget tweeted that he “liked the show today” and “got addicted to it again.”


Saget’s death was confirmed in a statement by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department. Daily mail reports.

The police said in a statement that they answered the “man fell” call “just after 4:00 pm”.

“Upon arrival, they found a man who did not answer in the hotel room,” the message said.

“The man who was identified as Robert Lane Saget died on the spot.”

Police added that detectives found “no signs of foul play or drug use.”

However, they have no additional “information about the cause of death”.


The death of Saget came as a shock to many people, including those around him.

And since the sad news came, friends, fans and colleagues have been praising the star.

Another person who pays homage to Saghet is John Stamos.

Stamos played alongside Saget, playing Uncle Jesse in Full house

Stamos, a longtime friend, described himself as “broken” when he tweeted a heartwarming tribute.

“I am broken. I am gutted. I am in complete and utter shock. I will never have another friend like him. I love you so much, Bobby,” he wrote.

Pete Davidson is another person who spoke about the heartbreaking passing of a stunning actor, friend, father and husband.

The American comedian, actor, and screenwriter has spoken about his mental health in the past, saying that he “went in and out” from the hospital, according to Myselfsince he was only a nine year old boy.

In fact, he even talked about his borderline personality diagnosis in 2021.

“I was diagnosed with BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder) a few years ago, and I was so confused all the time, I just thought something was wrong and I didn’t know how to deal with it,” he said. People

And with everything Davidson went through, he always had someone he could rely on.

The late Bob Saget, who, according to TMZ, he described as: “One of the nicest men on the planet.”

“When I was younger and several times during our friendship, he helped me cope with my mental health difficulties several times,” Davidson, 28. said

“He spent hours on the phone with my mom, trying to help as much as he could — connecting us with doctors and new things we can try. He will test me and make sure I’m okay. continuation

Ending speaking: “I love you Bob. It was an honor for me to know you. Thank you for your kindness and friendship. My condolences to the family. “

At this difficult time, our thoughts are with the family and friends of Saget.

Rest in peace, Bob Saget.

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