Woody Johnson DaughterDaughter of Woody Johnson
" Casey's sociite mom, Sale Johnson, along with cousins and acquaintances, talked openly for the first straight year since her deathbed. Now Oppenheimer draws in an exquisite detail an amazing image of the failed successor and the roles she and her dad play in her daughter's lifetime and at the end of the tragedy.
Ten year old girl fantasised about fashions with her Ken and Barbie puppets, but when Casey Johnson was that young, she got into her first but not her last Chanel satchel. Although she had no driver's licence, Casey got her own automobile when she was 16. Casey was 9 years old when she became more and more fickle andruptive.
A psychiatrist who saw Casey all her lifelong became a paternal character because, according to her mom, Woody had no relationship with his moody newborn. In 1988, at the time of 8 years of age, Casey was found suffering from diabetic disease, but her increasing disruptability at home and at college was not, as initially thought, related to her state of health.
When Casey got older, New York was filled with talk and tittle-tattle about the goalless life style and the flamboyant ways of the beautiful inheritor. Featuring dog lovers since infancy, Casey regarded them as her "babies", but they would create unbelievable and expensive disorder, even in her $12,000 Hermès Birkin pocket, where she wore a tea cup of dog everywhere.
Woodey was compelled to pay the cleaning costs, which were supposed to be up to 20,000 dollars. During her teenage years and twenties, Casey was drinking, celebrating fiercely, and, according to her mom, she was using casual dope to relieve her mental aches. During 2005, her mum and dad travelled to LA to direct the first of a string of interviews to convince the growing emotions of Casey to go to rehabilitation.
Casey, then 26, in March 2006 went public with her five-time wife Woody's Aunt Elizabeth Ross "Libet" Johnson, then 56, and criticized her in the newspapers, blaming her for having stolen a friend. have been humiliated by the news reports. For the very privately owned Woody Johnson and the Johnson family as a whole, Casey was now regarded as a boulevard warrior and her revenge as her own 9/11.
Woody, who had mostly laundered his hands from Casey because of how annoying she was, severed all links to her, includin her fiduciary funds million in a train of hard emotion. Meanwhile, Casey falls in love wit the brainchild of adopted a newborn. "She said I was absolutely against adoption," her mom says strongly.
"And I said, "You have no lives of your own together, how will you keep an overview of someone else's world? Sale Johnson says Casey had never intended to have a baby of her own because she was conscious of her psychological insecurity from cross-border personal disorders and her bad physical condition as a consequence of her diabetic condition when she was clear.
In 2007, however, against the will of her deceased parent, Casey adopted a Kazakh babysitter and christened her Ava-Monroe in honour of her icon Marilyn Monroe. In the following year, a disastrous and injurious clash broke out between Casey, Woody and his much younger prospective second wife, Suzanne Ircha, on the jet owner's Hamptons property.
In one of her high seasons, Casey had come eastward, hoping to introduce her dad to Ava-Monroe and end her long alienation. When Casey showed up at her father's front yard with two-year-old Ava in tow, Woody had been in solitary confinement for several years. Wasn' Woody at home, but Ircha came to the doorman.
And Casey let everyone know that her father's friend was anything but welcoming. "Ircha smoked, Casey later shared it with her mom. Casey and her mom had relationships in June 2009, six month before her passing, and she was desperate to get her treated for her psychological upset. Whilst Casey was to be admitted to hospital that night at the luxury Cliffside Malibu Hospital, her Mum was planning to take three-year-old Ava back to New York and take good care of her while Casey was in hospital, but she had pledged to return her for a visit.
Neither of it ever came to pass the way Johnson imagined it would. Casey had tossed her mom on the road before the end of the working week, with her baggage and everything, and phoned the cops who claimed that she was invading unauthorized and trying to take her newborn. "She knew in her mind that she couldn't take good care of Ava, but she couldn't say selfishly and because of illness: "I know I can't take good car of her as if she had to be taken car of..." says Johnson and remembers this terrible time.
It was during this terrible period that Sal Johnson felt embittered about her ex-husband's failure to participate in his daughter. Casey's mom finally convinced Casey to give her temporary nursing while she was admitted to hospital in August 2009 because of her diabetic condition. It was assumed that the trip was the last she saw her daughter living.
Meanwhile, discharged from the infirmary, Casey returned to her leased Beverly Hills home. Casey got more and more into debts with her severed cash. Faced with the clearance, Casey found new accommodation in the luxury, guarded and privately run two-bedroom West Hollywood guesthouse belonging to one of her mother's mistresses. During the last few December 2009, in one of her more unusual, headline-making stories, Casey published a strange novel with Tila Tequila, the Bisexual TV celebrity and flasher, the two who kiss for the daddy.
The tequila bragged that they were getting hitched and that Casey had given her a stone from an Engagement Ring. Said Casey was her "wife." "Back in the East, her dad and other members of the Johnson family This Christmas and New Year, after a strange event in which she was apprehended for the supposed break-in of a friend's flat and tequila from the city, the emotional fragility of Casey remained alone in the guest house.
She was found knocked out around 11:30 am on 4 January 2010, when Casey did not react to a knock on her doorstep. Just before midday, Ocean Times, an emergency call was made by an unscheduled woman from Casey's whereabouts. Johnson & Johnson's wife, whose lives had been both a Cinderella imagination and a lively hell, was declared extinct on the stage.
Selling Johnson stays on the ground about the bereavement of her first-born daughter, but takes consolation from her practical start to rearing Ava-Monroe.