Talinda Bennington on TMZ Autopsy Report: 'Thanks Again to Scumbag Reporting'
Talinda Bennington, the wife of late singer Chester Bennington, has responded to a report by TMZ that the Linkin Park frontman had attempted suicide just months prior to his death, information which was allegedly redacted from the original coroner's report.

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