9:18 AM PT – A judge granted Bob’s family a temporary restraining order they requested to prevent the publication of photos from the scene in his hotel room.
Bob SagetHis death has created a mystery for many experts, who wonder how he suffered such a severe skull fracture … and what exactly hit him – but authorities are firm about what didn’t happen, and they believe the injury was due to something connected to the bed.
As we reported, Matt Bob From brain hemorrhage After hitting his head with something. Sources with direct knowledge of the investigation tell us that the medical examiner and the police are clear that nothing was wrong, and they are sure that blow on his head It should have happened at the hotel.
We were told his head injury was severe enough that they were certain he couldn’t have made the two-hour drive from Jacksonville to the Ritz-Carlton in Orlando.
But, here’s the mystery… Some medical experts say a skull fracture corresponds to being hit with a bat, or falling 30 feet away. Apparently this kind of fall didn’t happen, but in regards to hitting Bob – he told us that the electronic front door lock to his hotel room shows no one else entered the room. Once Bob entered, the next time the door was opened was when the hotel staff found him in the afternoon.
Our sources say authorities are likely saying that Bob hit part of the bed’s unpadded headboard. We were told it was wood, and our best guess is he hit his head. Since he was under the covers, they believe he soon lost consciousness. Interesting… Although the authorities at the scene felt the headboard scenario was the most likely, the medical examiner never mentioned it.
Instead, the Middle East assumes it was an “unseen setback”.
We told the authorities who discovered Bob’s body they didn’t see a bruise on his head. We were told that the bruise was only discovered during an autopsy.
The Saget family sued in Orange County, Florida, to prevent the photos from being released from the hotel room – because under Florida law the police can release the photos to the public.
Originally Posted – 8:06AM PT