Photos of Bob Saget’s Hotel Room Released

The release of more than 50 images obtained (as part of the investigation into Bob Saget’s death) has been announced by the police.

Pictures taken from Saget’s entire death record, which was acquired by People on Tuesday, reveal the Ritz-Carlton hotel suite in Orlando, Florida.

This is where the actor’s corpse was discovered on Jan. 9, according to the report.

Reviewing the Findings

The photographs showed the room looked to be in excellent shape, with practically everything in its proper position.

Saget’s bed was perfectly made; his mobile phone, iPad, eyeglasses, headphones, lip balm, and two bottles of water were carefully arranged on an adjacent nightstand, along with his glasses and headphones.

Inside the room, investigators captured images of a privacy sign left lying around and a thermostat that had been fixed to 74. They captured Saget’s individual toiletry items on the table, a trash bin filled with thrown away masks, and a valet car claim tag for Saget’s car.

Others show him with his clothes and toiletries bag hanging in the closet, next to a pair of shoes on the floor, and a pair of glasses on the nightstand.

There was also previously suppressed body camera video from police officers and what is thought to be the last shot of Saget alive, snapped by a fan outside the resort at 2:13 a.m. on January 9, which was published in the entire report.

According to the whole report, there were no images of the comedian’s body.

It was just one week ago that Saget’s wife, Kelly Rizzo, and his three daughters — Aubrey, Lara, and Jennifer — were granted a permanent injunction to prevent the release of certain documents relating to the actor’s death.

The images included in the full report were released just one week after the injunction was granted.

Reviewing the Timeline

On Jan. 9, just one day after performing a stand-up set in Florida, officials confirmed Saget died at the hands of blunt head trauma.

They also affirmed the circumstance of his death was an accident, and he had not been exposed to any illegal drugs or toxins at the time of his death.

When he died, the comic was suffering from serious injuries to the rear of his skull and around his eyes.

The Orlando Sentinel revealed last week that Judge Chiu denied the publication of several photographs taken at the site of Saget’s death, including 90 of the 147 photographs obtained during OCSO’s investigation.

As reported by the Orlando Sentinel, Judge Chiu ruled the 57 photographs taken in Saget’s hotel room would not be covered by any legislative exemption.

As of now, how Saget bumped his head is still a mystery, and many fans aren’t buying that Saget bumped his head on a comfy bed-board either.