Drew Carey from 'The Price Is Right' Tearfully Remembers His Special Bond with His Ex-Fiancée, Amie Harwick Less Than a Week after Her Murder
Less than a week after his ex-fiancée Amie Harwick's untimely death, "The Price Is Right" host Drew Carey opened up about their relationship during a tearful interview.
On February 15, Amie Harwick died after allegedly being thrown from a balcony. Only 38-years-old, the family therapist and Drew still had a close relationship even though they broke off the engagement two years ago.
On his SiriusXM show, "Drew Carey's Friday Night Freak-Out," the host paid a heartbreaking tribute to Amie after clarifying that he recorded the "happy and fun" sounding episode a day before Amie's death.
"Even though we broke up the engagement, I was still so in love with her. And she loved me back.”
Recalling their time as together in September 2018 as "beautiful," Drew dedicated a whole set of songs to the women with whom he had the "best" relationship of his life.
The Hollywood based therapist held a Ph.D. and a master's degree, and she worked as a mental health advocate and a sex therapist. Describing her fondly, Drew added:
"She was beautiful and fun, and cared deeply about people and improving their lives, and was just a joy to be around. I was so in love with her.”
According to a news release from the LAPD shared with E! News, the department arrested Amie's former boyfriend, Gareth Pursehouse, on suspicion of murder.
Gareth Pursehouse, the man accused of throwing his ex-girlfriend, Dr. Amy Harwick, off a balcony, is back in jail without bail after he initially got out on bail, and faces a new charge which makes him eligible for the death penalty. https://t.co/pdYM4j6xhR pic.twitter.com/WpGqBUkN74— Inside Edition (@InsideEdition) February 21, 2020
The police responded to Amie's roommate's call for help for a "woman screaming," on Sunday morning around 1:16 am.
The roommate had reportedly jumped over a wall to a nearby residence, and he met the police upon their arrival.
Well this is creepy.. here is that Gareth Pursehouse foreshadowing.— brian redban (@redban) February 19, 2020
When the police went to investigate, they found Amie "gravely injured" on the ground under her third-story balcony. The LAFD took Amie to a local hospital, but later, she sadly passed away from her injuries.
While Drew Carey mourns Amie's passing, he will be taking a break from "The Price is Right," and consequently, all tapings are delayed as well.
Amie and Drew reportedly became a couple in June 2017, and they never gave a reason for breaking up their engagement the following year.