It's hard to believe it's been nine years since Heath Ledger's untimely death — and just one month after what would have been his 38th birthday, some fans are still questioning just how involved Mary-Kate Olsen was in the incident and even his life.
The former child star had a rather questionable reaction to his death and allegedly refused to cooperate with the investigation at the time.
And yes, they actually did have teams, with pals wearing either Team Mary-Kate or Team Ashley shirts.
By that time, two other security guards called by Olsen had arrived, as well as police officers, who said that all five witnesses on the scene – Wolozin, the three security guards called by Mary-Kate, and Ledger’s housekeeper (who had been in the apartment) – were all fully cooperating with authorities, according to The Times.When news of Ledger’s death began to circulate, erroneous reports began to surface, claiming the apartment he was in belonged to Mary-Kate.Held in the ultra-chic Hamptons, the celebration ranged from an obstacle course to a dunk tank.Fans got to experience the Olsen twins’ teams vicariously with the hashtag #Olsen Olympics.The Olsen twins Mary-Kate and Ashley had an OMG Olympic-themed birthday party.
The Olsen twin sisters decided that turning 29 gave them a real reason to get fit and have fun with their favorite posh party pals, revealed the .On Monday night, the biggest stars and supermodels stepped out looking their best for the New York red carpet, including Bella and Gigi Hadid, Meg Ryan (!!! We can only imagine how thrilled Mary-Kate and Ashley were, though they hardly showed it in their The Row outfits! Flaunting a chic bob and bangs, Bella looked leggy in her Off-White pink mini dress and mod accessories.The 911 operator urged the masseuse to try to revive the actor, but she was unsuccessful.He died of a prescription drug overdose on January 22, 2008 in New York City.They were hooking up, but neither were particularly interested in making it exclusive.” “They had a bond that was based on partying, and they had the same tastes in partying — like, in terms of where they liked to hang out in New York, what time they would want to go out.