Philip Seymour Hoffman’s diaries show he was a cheat

New details in Philip Seymour Hoffman‘s sudden death are surfacing and journals he kept suggest he was dealing with more than just drug problems. Two diaries discovered in the actor’s New York apartment by cops reveal the Capote star was involved with another woman besides his longtime partner, Mimi O’Donnell, according to law enforcement sources. Hoffman was “caught in between” his relationship with the mother of his three children and another woman with whom he hooked up shortly before his death on February 2. The late actor’s revelation also suggests that the other woman may have been the reason for his separation from his longtime girlfriend, which occurred around three months before his sudden death.

The journals outlined the Oscar-winner’s drug woes, revealing that O’Donnell also didn’t want him living in their home while he was using. Hoffman’s journal entries consist of both illegible scribbles and soul-searching entries. He mentioned he was haunted by “demons” and was desperate to kick his drug habit. Hoffman was clean for 23 years before relapsing a few years ago following a drink at an after party. ~Yara Matar

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  1. LeongCox • February 13, 2014 @ 11:34 AM

    So his long time girlfriend should feel really good about this. . the guy just keeps showing what a selfish, narcissic sociopath he really was.
    The world is better off without people like this.
    Not just because of his ugly face, but because of his lack of respect for those people he was supposed to be looking after.
    Hope the kids find peace, and mommy picks a better partner for their stepfather. Lesson to her- even if you feel sorry for someone because they are so ugly, you don’t sleep with them. Especially not egomaniacs who think only of their own selfish pleasures.

  2. David • February 13, 2014 @ 12:38 PM

    @LeongCox – what a horrible, horrible comment. You know nothing about him or his family members personally. Careful when you get off that horse, it’s a long way down!

  3. willis • February 13, 2014 @ 1:24 PM

    @LeongCox – Yeah that comment was pretty stupid and it makes you sound like a complete jackass, not only do you know only what is on the internet and nothing of his personal life, you then go on to call him Ugly when he is a talented acadamy award winning actor who was addicted to drugs which is almost like a disease, its very hard to stop and you probably no nothing about your the ugly one onthe inside and prolly on the outside as well.

  4. Kris • February 13, 2014 @ 2:13 PM

    Unnecessary comment Cox. Another example the callousness of many people on an internet site because of anonymity…this makes you gutless. Any information on these sites should be taken with a grain of salt as to their veracity and what this man did in his private life is no ones business.

  5. Theman • February 13, 2014 @ 3:07 PM

    Addiction is not a disease it’s just a bunch of selfish spoiled cry babies that are to week to deal with their emotions.

  6. Locode • February 13, 2014 @ 4:14 PM

    Why are details from his personal diaries being released at all? What kind of sick buzzards print this stuff and call it journalism?

  7. Themans a Bitch • February 13, 2014 @ 4:17 PM

    Well Theman, obviously you’ve never lived in the real world. Go back to your sunshine and lollipop imaginary land.

  8. Dalyce • February 13, 2014 @ 4:35 PM

    Be very careful how you spew your poison @LeongCox and @Theman…karma has a way of coming back to haunt you with your own words. Addictions come in a variety of forms inclusive of gambling, smoking, drinking, narcotics and even video gaming. Addictions do not infer that a person is selfish, spoiled, or too weak, (correct spellings Theman). Like a lot of people today, they are simply overwhelmed by painful personal issues, or long-term insecurities. May the families of you two puritanical half-wits never have to go through the hellish aftermath that Mr. Hoffman’s loved are now enduring.

  9. STEPHANE • February 13, 2014 @ 6:29 PM

    THE MAN DIED HE DESERVES RESPECT NO MATTER WHAT HIS LIFE WAS LIKE THAT IS WHY OUR WORLD IS SO MESSED UP BECAUSE PEOPLE CANT KEEP THEIR IGNORANT COMMENTS TO THEMSELVES HIS PROBLEMS WERE HIS BUSINESS AND NOBODY ELSE STOP BAD MOUTHING THE POOR MAN HE DIED AND DESERVES RESPECT YOU PEOPLE SHOULD ASHAMED OF YOURSELVES THAT YOUR LIFE IS SO EMPTY THAT YOU HAVE TO ATTACK A DEAD PERSON THAT IS SO SAD MY PRAYER GO OUT TO THE FAMILY I’M SO SORRY YOU LOST A LOVED ONE I HOPE YOU CAN FIND PEACE

  10. gbh999 • February 13, 2014 @ 8:04 PM

    Hard core drugs. Don’t make a mistake with these. People will be very lucky indeed, to get a second chance. It is usually fatal, and if you can read the headlines … Final!

  11. Wendy • February 13, 2014 @ 8:17 PM

    Has anyone in your family, or friend’s family had a loved one suffer? Drugs; like Tylenol if you take more than the prescribed you can end up with a toxicity more than your liver can handle, it’s like not only a death sentence for the liver, one of the biggest organ that flushes out all of the waste. For someone like this Philip who at the beginning of his career did so much drugs that I am so sure he was over the lethal amount his body could handle. That means when they found him dead that perhaps his body could handle that lethal amount back then because his body was used to it, to be sober 23 yrs and then one day he figured he could go back to that lethal level only to die because his body couldn’t handle it anymore. What a sad soul, sad that he blew away a beautiful family. Sad that in this day and age, you think you can serve TWO MASTERS!

  12. Joe Joeseph • February 14, 2014 @ 12:36 PM

    Many women grow dissatisfied with their marriage, separate and take up with another man. Where’s the outrage about that? Oh that’s not cheating. That’s something difference because it’s a woman.

  13. D • February 14, 2014 @ 12:48 PM

    @LeongCox you got some nerve saying stuff like you have no problems and you are so perfect. That is the problem with this world that has people like you who judge and act as if you have no demons. EVERYONE does and how we deal with them good or bad makes us human. Must feel nice to have god like power to be able to hide behind your computer to insult someone rather than to show compassion and understanding face to face.

  14. Peace & Love • February 14, 2014 @ 12:54 PM

    DRUGS – who does it end well for?????
    no one grows old addicted to drugs…their family & friends suffer…there is no winner…..
    not even the drug dealers or drug lords are winners, their money & power is temporary too

  15. Calypso • February 14, 2014 @ 10:49 PM

    LeongCox and Theman as David said be careful when you get off that horse, it’s a long way down!!!
    It is nobody’s business what he did in his private life.

  16. Stephanie • February 15, 2014 @ 1:05 AM

    @ LeongCox I can’t believe you are still commenting on these articles with your insensitive and narrow minded viewpoints. Addiction is a DISEASE as others have pointed out. Are you so brainwashed by our current media that your only conclusions come as a result of blind faith in the mainstream media which is such garbage? Please do your own research on drug addiction. Hopefully then you just might learn some compassion for your fellow human beings. Also I think it’s time you take a break from spewing venom online through your anonymity. In simple terms: GET A LIFE & LEARN SOME RESPECT FOR OTHERS – Good Day and Peace Be with you!

  17. Emma • February 16, 2014 @ 12:50 AM

    @LeongCox: The world would be a better place without people like you.

  18. Chris Topher • February 16, 2014 @ 2:35 AM

    You asshole. Someone gives you a choice between your CHILDREN and drugs and you choose drugs? Burn in hell you piece of shit! Maybe if you learned to appreciate things in life and be grateful for what you have, you might still be alive. And you try to blame this other woman for your relationship problems with your girlfriend? You’re a grown man, or at least you were. People should be accountable for their own actions. The other woman didn’t make him sleep with her. He chose to see this other woman and he chose to do drugs and look where it got him. And I’m tired of all you people who defend him. He was an ACTOR. He didn’t rescue people from burning buildings. He didn’t find missing children. He didn’t save anybody’s life. He got paid MILLIONS of dollars to pretend. People like him and Heath Ledger make me sick. They got what they deserve in life.

  19. Shelley Kapach • February 18, 2014 @ 12:28 AM

    Chris Topher:
    Don’t know where you got your info about Heath Ledger. The reason he died was from taking cold medication with the wrong prescription medications. He did not indulge in illicit street drugs as you are stating. Your uninformed b.s. is tarnishing the name of a great actor who passed far too soon. It must be so wonderful for you that you are soooo perfect!

  20. Cynthia Brown • February 21, 2014 @ 1:17 PM

    People love to mouth off about people they have never even met. Never shit on the dead…it might come back and bite you in the ass !

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