TINA Malone said that her late husband Paul Chase hurt himself and died.

The Shameless star confirmed that he killed himself and said she would “never get over it.”

Tina talked about Paul’s sudden death two months ago and said that PTSD from the army was to blame.

Tina told The Mirror for the first time, “I haven’t talked about this in public until now.”

This is the first time I’ve said it and made sure it’s true. Paul did end his own life. I believe in being honest.

“I’ll never get over it,” she said. I love him so much and miss him so much. I’m sure he’s not here, but somewhere better.

Paul, who was only 42 years old, used to be in the 22nd Regiment of the Cheshires. He served his country in places like Afghanistan, Iraq, Ireland, and Belize.

Tina told the police that she “just knew” Paul had died when he didn’t come home and they knocked on her door.

“Paul hadn’t come home the night before.” “I knew because I heard sirens and saw blue lights flashing,” she said.

It hurts too much for me to forget. I love him so much and miss him so much.

Tina is starting a charity called Paul’s Flame on Paul’s birthday, May 28, to help other men who are going through hard times.

After dating for two years, Tina and Paul got married for the first time in 2010. They had a daughter named Flame when Tina was 50 years old.

Plus, Tina has another daughter from a previous relationship. Her name is Danielle.

Tina told Paul’s story of the last twelve months that were “hell” and how his self-worth dropped when he stopped helping troubled teens.

She told The Mirror, “The past twelve months have been hell, going downhill very quickly.”

“He lied and used prescription drugs and cocaine. He also borrowed money.” He was in a bad way.

Sadly passing away
Tina told her fans about Paul’s death in a post on social media.

Sad and upset Tina wrote: “It’s with total heartbreak I write this my husband Paul chase Malone passed away this morning we are totally devastated.”

She got a lot of support from her fans and star friends who rushed to tell her they were sorry.

Last goodbye
A private funeral for Paul was held by Tina in Liverpool last month. His army coworkers also came.

Tina was comforted by her family and friends as she wore a sad face for the removal.

She put on a brave face and wore a black dress with white dots under a black fur jacket. She also carried a black purse and hat.

Pallbearers took Paul’s coffin from his house and put it in the back of a waiting hearse for the trip to the cemetery.

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