'Vanderpump Rules' Star Jax Taylor Mourns Death of His Aunt in Heartbreaking Post

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Sep 27, 2019
10:20 P.M.
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Jax Taylor is heartbroken over the loss of his aunt, Sharon, and he took to social media to mourn her loss, with the words, "I just can't handle any more death."


Jax Taylor has lost a handful of those close to him in the past three years, and following the death of his aunt, Sharon, he took to Twitter to mourn, and share his sorrow with his followers. 

Television personality Jax Taylor attends the 1st annniversary fundraiser for the victims of the October 1st, 2017 Las Vegas Shooting hosted by Lisa Vanderpump and Route91Strong at Pump on October 1, 2018 in West Hollywood, California | Photo: Getty Images



He tweeted

"It has been a rough three years for my family, and I. I lost 2 of my friends, my father, my two uncles, and twenty minutes ago, my aunt."

The "Vanderpump Rules" star continued, 

"I do not know what God's plan is, I don't even want to know anymore. I just can't handle any more deaths; I just can't. Rip Aunt Sharon."


Taylor lost his father, Ronald Cauchi, in 2017 to esophageal cancer. After the loss, he became estranged from his mother, whom he blamed for keeping quiet about the severity of his father's illness. In an interview afterward, the reality star said,

"I was in a deep rut. I was literally going to lock myself in a room, and do enough drugs to hurt myself."



That didn't happen, and Taylor credits it to the help, and support of his then-girlfriend turned wife, Brittany Cartwright. She introduced the reality star to medical marijuana as an alternative, and he credits her being there for him as the reason he proposed.

The couple got married in June, and live in a $1.9 million home. A month after their Kentucky wedding, rumors arose that the two were headed to "Split Ville," because Taylor cheated on Cartwright with Faith Stowers, and does not like his wife's spending habits.


The "Vanderpump Rules" bartender debunked those rumors on Twitter, with a photo, and the words,

"The wife, and I."

He equally said in response to the rumors that he couldn't be happier with Cartwright, and she's the best thing to have happened to him. Taylor needs all the support he can get, at this time, and his wife will help him overcome his pain.