Relative Reveals ‘Good Looking’ Chris Cornell’s ‘Obsessed Crazy Stalkers’

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Chris Cornell’s mother-in-law discussed having obsessed people work for him, as well as his ‘obsessed crazy stalkers’ in new Instagram posts.

“Do not panic. One more obsessed person! Chris being good looking…I guess he had…few! One or two worked for him…nothing unusual!! In this business! Most, not all, that’s why they get this job! Normal in a way! From Chris Cornell’s mouth! He knew his obsessed crazy stalkers! All good!”

“Sorry he had crazy stalkers allegedly all around!”

Karayiannis also recently wrote about wanting to raise awareness for abuse victims.

“Break the silence! Speak up! You spoke about it! Don’t be afraid! Others can listen! You can save a child next to you! If you can write it, you can say it! Save a child’s life today! Your story can save lives of innocent children! You will be my hero! You will be a child’s hero!”

“I just heard a story that a mother knew for years..yet she allowed her own child to be alone in the company of the abusers! God help us! I pray that all children are safe! Keep your children close and watch who is next to them! It’s our responsibility as Moms to protect them 24/7. Check who is helping you raise them, nannies, hired help, check records, anyone who is around them! The stories I hear…one can never be too careful! And pray to God! All children deserve to be safe!”

In other news, Matt Cameron recently donated money to help a Suicide Prevention organization.

From PearlJam.com:

Many of us have lost people to suicide. Our hearts go out in equal measure to those who leave the world this way, and to those who are left behind to miss them.  If you have lost someone, it’s important to know that you are not alone. There is help and support available to you.   

Each year, more than 44,000 people die by suicide in the U.S. and for every suicide there are 25 attempts. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness, funding scientific research and providing resources and support to those affected by suicide.

Matt Cameron directed $10,000 from Pearl Jam’s Vitalogy Foundation to help AFSP reduce the suicide rate through their education and support programs to local communities across the U.S.

If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide or you have lost someone to suicide, help is available here.You can also call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or text “Talk” to 741-741.

If you want to support AFSP and their work to prevent suicide, you can:

TAKE ACTION: Volunteer, Educate, Advocate + more

PARTICIPATE: International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day on Nov. 18

DONATE: American Foundation for Suicide Prevention


(Photo Credit:  Randy Johnson Photography)