David Carradine Death Photo Printed by Bangkok Tabloid Thai Rath
The family of actor David Carradine are outraged over the publication of a David Carradine death photo. Forensics photos of the Carradine death scene were published in Thai Rath, a Bangkok tabloid, and his family is threatening to sue any media outlet that reprints the Carradine death photo.
The photo published in a Bangkok tabloid features Carradine hanging naked and suspended from a bar in a hotel closet. Carradine's face and other parts of his body were obscured.
The Thai tabloid did not credit the photo to a particular source, but Thai authorities said they suspect it was a photo taken by a forensics team that was somehow leaked.
Brother Keith Carradine has said his family will consider legal action over the Thai Rath Carradine photo.
"The family wants it understood that, per attorney Mark Geragos, any persons, publications or media outlets will be fully prosecuted for invasion of privacy and causing severe emotional distress if the photos are published," the statement read.