Slipknot Wouldn't Help Paul Gray According To His Widow
The band have still not fully recovered from the derailment, and only recently started work on their first album since the co-founder's death. Brenna Gray, testifying at the trial of her late husband's doctor, recounted her memories of the days leading up to the tragedy.
Brenna said that she staged an intervention that involved her family but no members of Slipknot, although she'd advised the band's manager of Gray's situation. She later asked the musicians directly for help.
She said: "One was playing golf two minutes away from our house but couldn't come. Nobody else cared, nobody was involved. They told me it was my problem." more on this story
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