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Michael Madsen and his family are “absolutely overcome with grief and sadness” over the death of his son Hudson Madsen, who was also Quentin Tarantino’s godson in the films “Reservoir Dogs” and “Kill Bill.”

According to the City and County of Honolulu Department of the Medical Examiner, the 26-year-old Oahu resident died of a gunshot wound. Madsen’s death was reported as a suicide on his death certificate, according to supervising investigator Charlotte Carter.

According to Carter, the department does not announce death dates, but a full autopsy report will be accessible to the public in roughly four months.

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 occurred.”

Hudson had recently finished his first tour in the United States Army, where he was a sergeant stationed in Hawaii, and his marriage was “going great,” he added. Hudson spent time in Afghanistan, according to social media posts from him and his wife, Carlie.

“He had regular life issues with income,” Madsen said, “but he wanted a family.” “He was thinking about his future, so it’s mind-blowing.” “I’m not sure what happened.”

The actor, 64, stated that he had requested a complete military probe. He believes his son was “shamed” by officers and ranks and filed for needing therapy, which caused him to cease seeking care for mental health issues he had previously kept private.

“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.”

Hudson Madsen is survived by his wife, his father, his mother DeAnna, and his brothers and sisters Christian, Calvin, Max, and Luke.


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