Betty White's Cause Of Death Revealed, Actress' Agent Reveals Whether She Got Her Booster Shot 3 Days Before
Just a few days after Betty White passed away at 99 years old, the late actress' cause of death has been revealed.
“Betty died peacefully in her sleep at her home,” White's agent, Jeff Witjas, told People.
Witjas also clarified whether White had gotten her booster shot on December 28.
“People are saying her death was related to getting a booster shot three days earlier, but that is not true. She died of natural causes,” he explained. “Her death should not be politicized — that is not the life she lived.”
On Friday, December 31, White's pal announced the sad news.
"Even though Betty was about to be 100, I thought she would live forever," Witjas said. "I will miss her terribly and so will the animal world that she loved so much."
"I don't think Betty ever feared passing because she always wanted to be with her most beloved husband Allen Ludden. She believed she would be with him again," he added.
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Witjas also shared that he would always tell the legendary star that she was beloved by many.
"Even when she wasn't working, I said, 'Betty, millions of people out there are still asking for you. You're getting your fan letters, I'm getting offers for you,'" he recalled. "I don't know if she ever embraced it, [or] really, really felt it. The extent of it. I really don't. I would always reinforce it with her because I always felt she should know that. I never wanted her to think while she was sitting at home, that the world has passed her by. It never did."
"Betty lived a great life and she lived a life that she chose. She was happy," he continued. "Every time I told her, 'Betty, you're loved,' she would look at me with a wry smile and say, 'Really?' I hope she knew. I think she did. It was something beyond love."