The Worth Is Proper Manufacturing on Maintain Following the Dying of Drew Carey's Ex-Fiancée Amie Harwick

The Price Is Right Production on Hold Following the Death of Drew Carey's Ex-Fiancée Amie Harwick

The Worth Is Proper has postponed manufacturing following the dying of host Drew Carey’s ex-fiancée Amie Harwick.

“In mild of the passing of Amie Harwick, we’ve got postponed manufacturing this week,” Kristina Kirk, vice chairman of communications, at Fremantle tells PEOPLE.

Fremantle produces and owns the tv recreation present.

Carey spoke out about Harwick’s dying on Monday after she was killed following a fall from a balcony after an alleged assault from her ex-boyfriend.

“Amie and I had a love that persons are fortunate to have as soon as in a lifetime,” Carey, 61, instructed PEOPLE in an announcement.

“She was constructive drive on the planet, a tireless and unapologetic champion for girls, and keen about her work as a therapist. I’m overcome with grief. I wish to thanks upfront for giving myself and everybody who liked Amie privateness whereas we attempt to work by this tragic state of affairs,” Carey added.

In January 2018, PEOPLE confirmed that The Worth Is Proper host Carey proposed to Harwick, who authored The New Intercourse Bible for Ladies. The couple ended their engagement later that 12 months.

On Saturday at 1:15 p.m., police responded to the 2000 block of Mound Road in Hollywood Hills on an alarming name of a “girl screaming,” the Los Angeles Police Division revealed in a press launch obtained by PEOPLE.

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When officers arrived on the scene, they had been met by Harwick’s roommate on the road, who instructed police that she was being assaulted by an ex-boyfriend.

Police then went to verify the residence and located Harwick, a well known therapist, unresponsive, mendacity on the bottom beneath a 3rd story balcony.

Officers shared that Harwick was “gravely injured.”

“She suffered vital accidents in step with a fall,” police mentioned within the press launch.

Warwick was later transported to a close-by hospital the place she later died. She was 38.

An investigation into the incident revealed doable proof of a battle upstairs in addition to compelled entry.

“A canvass of the world positioned additional proof of an intruder coming into the property and leaving after the homicide,” police mentioned within the press launch.

Earlier than her dying, police say Harwick had expressed worry a couple of former boyfriend and had beforehand filed a restraining order in opposition to this particular person.

On the time of the incident, the restraining had expired and Harwick had seen her ex simply two weeks earlier than.

Hours after the assault, police arrested the suspect (Harwick’s former boyfriend) 41-year-old Gareth Pursehouse in Playa Del Rey. He was charged with homicide, police mentioned within the press launch.

Pursehouse is at the moment being held on a $2 million bail, in keeping with inmate information, and a scheduled courtroom look will not be instantly accessible.

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In her last Instagram put up, shared on Friday, Harwick wrote to her followers about pressures felt on Valentine’s Day, in addition to the significance of loving friendships.

“Many individuals are celebrating love immediately,” she wrote. “Whether or not you might be in a relationship or not, publicity to this might really feel overwhelming if you’re in an unhealthy relationship, dissatisfied together with your relationship standing, sad in your relationship, or feeling stress to be in a relationship.”

She added: “I believe that Valentine’s Day is an excellent time to be conscious and redirect ideas about like to platonic love. There’s a lot cultural emphasis on romantic love, however let’s be grateful for the genuine love that we give and obtain to associates. ”

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