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Daphne Dorman’s Family Spoke Out To Defend Dave Chappelle

Daphne Dorman’s family has come together to defend her, after Dave Chappelle made comments earlier this week that suggested her death may have been caused by drug use. Chappelle was speaking with a group of journalists when he was asked about the tragic passing of his friend, Daphne Dorman. It’s worth noting that this interview came as a result of Chappelle leaving his tour early and cutting short his promotional events for his new book. Dorman was found unresponsive in the bathroom of an apartment she was renting with friends in Brooklyn. The New York City medical examiner ruled that she died from “acute methadone and ethanol intoxication” – essentially, mixing prescription painkillers with alcohol led to her death. In response to the question about Dorman, Chappelle said: “I have nothing but love for Daphne Doman – such a nice person! I don’t know what happened there. Again, we party different ways. And I didn’t see any drugs — I don’t know if it was before or after; maybe it wasn’t even there.” Read on for more details about Dave Chappelle and Daphne Dorman. read more

Who Was Daphne Dorman?

Daphne Dorman was a comedian who worked with Dave Chappelle in the past. She had a recurring role on the Oddball Comedy Festival and was married to comedian and actor, Jon Laster. The couple had a daughter together, who was 2 years old at the time of her passing. Little is known about the circumstances that led to the couple’s breakup, but they were separated at the time of Daphne’s death. Daphne was found unresponsive in the bathroom of an apartment she was renting with friends on Saturday, February 10. She was rushed to a nearby hospital where she was pronounced dead at the age of 30.

Dave Chappelle Is Speaking Out After Pulling Out Of His Tour

Before we get to the death of Daphne Dorman, it’s worth noting that Dave Chappelle began cancelling gigs on his Deep in the Heart Tour back in February 2018. During the tour, Chappelle was performing at the Robin Hill Amphitheater in New Bern, NC when he decided to cut his set short. In a video of the event, you can see Chappelle walk off stage, only to return a few minutes later to the sound of boos. He then explained that he felt unable to perform and needed to leave the stage. Chappelle went on to cancel the remaining dates of his tour and was briefly hospitalized in February due to “mental exhaustion.” It was in the aftermath of all these events that Chappelle met with a group of journalists to discuss his new book, Deep in the Heart of Texas. During the course of the conversation, the subject of Daphne Dorman came up and Dave Chappelle spoke out about the rumors surrounding her death.

Dave Chappelle Addressed The Rumors Surrounding Daphne’s Death

Chappelle was quick to point out that he had nothing to do with the rumors that Dorman’s death may have been caused by drug use. He also spoke about his own experience with drugs and explained that he doesn’t associate with people who use that kind of substance. Chappelle also added that he believes people take drugs for different reasons – and until you can ask them why they’re doing it, you can’t make assumptions. Chappelle’s response to the rumors surrounding Daphne’s death was to stress that everyone needs to be careful when they’re partying with their friends.

Dave Chappelle Has A Different Viewpoint On Drugs

Chappelle has been very vocal about how he doesn’t like drugs, and how he’s not a fan of people using them. However, he’s not completely against marijuana, as he believes it’s a different thing entirely. In his stand-up show, Overcome, Chappelle makes it clear that he doesn’t enjoy the sensation of being high. It’s worth noting that Chappelle was once arrested for marijuana possession, but he doesn’t seem to hold a grudge about it. Chappelle has been very open about the fact that he regrets using drugs. However, he doesn’t seem to have any problem with people who choose to use them.

Daphne Dorman’s Family Has Spoken Out About Her Death

After Dave Chappelle made these comments about Daphne Dorman, her family issued a public statement to address what he said. Chappelle’s remarks were published on The Root and Dorman’s family responded with the following statement: “Daphne was a talented and beautiful young woman who loved her family and her friends with all her heart. She was a devoted mother to her daughter, and she had dreams of becoming a successful actress and a standup comedian. Her death was a tragedy, and the family is still mourning her loss. It is unfortunate that these untrue and unkind remarks were made at a time when the family is still mourning her death. For over a year, the family has been asking the public to help them find out what happened the night Daphne died, and now, when a potential answer has come, it is being dismissed. The family hopes that people will focus on what is known – that Daphne was in New York City with people she loved and that something terrible happened that night – nothing else matters.”

Conclusion

Daphne Dorman’s death was ruled as a result of mixing prescription drugs with alcohol. While it’s impossible to know what led to this, it seems that Daphne’s family had no problem letting go of the person responsible. It’s also worth noting that Dorman’s family issued a statement asking people to focus on what’s known. There’s no evidence to suggest that Daphne Dorman’s passing was caused by drug use, and there’s no evidence to suggest that Dave Chappelle was involved in any way. In fact, even though Daphne was found in an apartment she was renting with friends, it’s possible that the drugs she took belonged to one of those friends.

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