Former teen idol David Cassidy died at the age of 67

23rd Nov. 2017, 10:22 am
Former teen idol David Cassidy died at the age of 67

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It became an unexpected, very sad news that the former teen idol David Cassidy is no more with us. His rep said that he had been hospitalized from last Wednesday in Florida due to severe pain.

Within a decade, he had faced numerous health problems. He said that he was losing his memory power this year and worried about the end of his 50 years of career.

He was diagnosed with multiple organ failure earlier.

David Cassidy started drinking alcohol later in life. Alcoholism is the main reason of organ failure and his earlier death.

In the recent years, he was arrested for driving under the Influence several times. In the year 2010, 2013 and 2014, Cassidy had to spend his days in the rehab center.

In the year 2015, he had filed for bankruptcy. Also, he was charged in a hit and run accident in the same year 2015.


Publicist JoAnn Geffen had already told to the Associated Press that David Cassidy was in the last stage of his life due to his liver and kidney failure. Also, she said that the doctors are doing their best to keep him well.

Unfortunately, the former teen idol now has died at the age of 67 years. This news was declared Tuesday night according to The Hollywood Reporter.

It’s a fact that the Former teen idol David Cassidy is not with us. However, his songs, his music will always rejoice in our hearts and memories.




While talking about his family, he belongs to The Partridge Family. Cassidy was married with actress Kay Lenz for the first time. He had made lots of fans and followers in his life with his songs title, “I Think I Love You”, “C’mon Get Happy” and “Cherish”.

Watch the video of  former teen idol David Cassidy singing his first hit song featured in The Partridge Family Tv show

The entire music and film industry has posted their RIP messages in social medias stating that his death is a huge loss and his contributions are huge.He will be missed terribly.

Rest in Peace David Cassidy.




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