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Drew Carey of 'Price Is Right' Talks about Ex-Fiancée Amie Harwick Following Her Death

Tichafa Chidzonga
Feb 18, 2020
12:24 P.M.
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Drew Carey broke his silence on the death of his former fiancé Amie Harwick and shared a heartfelt message about the love he once shared with her.

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A day after it had been confirmed that Hollywood sex therapist Amie Harwick had been murdered, her ex-fiancé Drew Carey spoke to PEOPLE about their relationship, in a statement he said:

"Amie and I had a love that people are lucky to have once in a lifetime. She was a positive force in the world...and passionate about her work as a therapist. I am overcome with grief."

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In his statement, Drew ended it by thanking everyone for giving him and Amie's family and friends privacy as they deal with what he called a "tragic situation." In a tweet he also shared a personal tribute saying:

"I hope you're lucky enough to have someone in your life that loves as much as she did."

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The picture showed Amie and Drew embracing the holiday spirit while sitting on a throne surrounded by polar bears.

Drew had proposed to Amie in January 2018. The couple eventually called it quits and ended their engagement after less than a year following their announcement.

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According to CNN, the Los Angeles police have revealed that Amie's ex-boyfriend, Gareth Pursehouse, has been arrested and is a suspect in her death. He is currently being held on a $2 million bail.

It is reported, "Price is Right" has halted taping for the rest of the week, while Drew takes time off his busy schedule to mourn the death of his former fiancé.

Drew Carey hosted the 9 000 Anniversary episode of "Price is Right," which aired on October 10th, 2019 | Source: Greg Gayne/CBS via Getty Images

Drew Carey hosted the 9 000 Anniversary episode of "Price is Right," which aired on October 10th, 2019 | Source: Greg Gayne/CBS via Getty Images

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Just days before her murder, on Valentines, she shared a cryptic message about the importance of platonic love, she

wrote:

"I think that Valentine's Day is a wonderful time to be mindful and redirect thoughts about love to platonic love."

She added that there's "so much cultural emphasis on romantic love," and reminded her fans to be "thankful for the authentic love."

Amie was a former Playboy model, who became a well-known therapist in Hollywood. She specialized in family, relationships, and sex counseling. She had worked with the Braxton sisters, model Emily Sears and producer Kelsey Darragh.

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