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Elizabeth Hurley’s former partner and producer Steve Bing reportedly commits suicide at 55

According to the report, the renowned film producer and real estate tycoon Steve Bing has committed suicide on Monday. This sad news of his death was confirmed by the E!News; many prestigious news sources stated that Steve Bing, who was a successful businessman, film producer and a famous writer passed away at the age of 55 years.
There is report in prestigious media portal Deadline, which suggest that Kangaroo Jack’s writer Bing was found dead on Monday at the base of a luxury apartment which is situated in Century City, California.

However, A spokesman for Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office has also reported that “The decedent was declared dead on the point,”. And he also added that this happened nearby 1 pm PST.

We have reports that the real estate tycoon Steve Bing committed suicide by jumping from his 27th-floor apartment in Los Angeles on Monday, while the accurate reason for the famous producer and writer’s death has not been identified yet.
Though, some of our news sources have also reported that Steve Bing was highly ‘depressed’ over being isolated amid novel coronavirus. However, it is not clear whether that is only the reason why Bing took this drastic step.

According to the report, the most successful businessman Steve Bing, momentarily in touch with the famous model and star Elizabeth Hurley earlier in 2001. And he also shared a child with Elizabeth whose named is Damian Hurley. Apart from that, he had one other kid Kira Bonder, whom he shared with former pro tennis player Lisa Bonder.

Steve Bing, a real estate tycoon, began producing films when he inherited his grandfather’s USD 600 million business. He produced films like Get Carter, Every Breath and was a financier on Tom Hanks’ The Polar Express. He reportedly invested USD 80 million on the project. Bing is also known for writing Kangaroo Jack and for his work in 2020’s Hotel Noir, 2015’s Rock the Kasbah and 2016’s Rules Don’t Apply.

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