Michael Madsen and his family are very sad about the death of his son Hudson Madsen who was also Quentin Tarantino’s godson in the films “Reservoir Dogs” and “Kill Bill.”
The 26-year-old died as a result of a gunshot. Madsen’s death was initially reported as a suicide on his death certificate.
The police department has not given an exact date of his death but will do so when the full autopsy is made public.
Madsen’s attorney stated Wednesday that the actor is doing well and is surrounded by his children, while his wife is making plans in Hawaii.
“I am in astonishment because my son, whom I just spoke with a few days ago, expressed happiness – my last text from him was ‘I love you, dad,'” Madsen wrote in a statement to The New York Times.
“There were no indicators of despair that I could observe.” It’s heartbreaking and depressing. He continued, “I’m just trying to make sense of everything and understand what happened.”
The parents say they don’t know what could have happened and what problems he might have had. He was thinking about what he would do with his future.
The 64-year-old actor thinks that he might have had a problem in the army. He thinks that his son may have been mocked by other employees and they have caused him to have mental problems.
“The loss of Hudson has left us saddened and overwhelmed with grief and pain,” the Madsen family said in a statement to Metro on Tuesday. “All who knew and loved him will remember his memories and light. During this difficult time, we ask for privacy and respect. “Thank you very much.”
The whole family is now shocked and with tears in their eyes.