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Charo's husband Kjell Rasten died at the age of 79, apparently suicide: reports



Charo's 40-year-old husband Kjell Rasten died on Monday, February 18, according to several reports of apparent suicide. He was 79 years old.

TMZ reported that rest was shooting at around 2:00 pm at the couple's home in Beverly Hills. The 68-year-old Charo was at home at the time. According to the website, police and paramedics reacted to the residence after calling 911. The first responders took rest in a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

The Blast reported that the unidentified caller of the 911 initially believed that rests had fallen and hit his head. An eyewitness told the construction site that an inconsolable Charo had run screaming and covered in blood from the house. She had reportedly been in the ambulance with her husband when he was taken to the hospital.

Rasten used a semi-automatic pistol, according to The Blast. He did not seem to leave a note.

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LOS ANGELES, CA – JANUARY 13: Charo and Kjell resting at the 50th birthday party for Rip Taylor on January 13, 1981 at Daisy in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage)[19659010starsBEVERLYHILLSCA-22Februar:EntertainerCharoundseinEhemannKjellRastenbesuchen"TheLoveBoat"dieEhreHelenHayesam22Februar1980imBeverlyHillsHotelinBeverlyHillsKalifornien(FotovonRonGalella/WireImage)

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA – FEBRUARY 4: Entertainer Charo and his husband Kjell notches dance on February 4 1979 in El Privado Room, Carlos & Charlies Restaurant in West Hollywood, California. (Photo by Ron Galella / WireImage)

UNITED STATES – FEBRUARY 1: Charo, Kjell Rasten (Photo by The LIFE Picture Collection / Getty Images)

BEVERLY HILLS, CA – FEBRUARY 6: Entertainer Charo and husband Kjell Rest takes part Mavis Nabors birthday party was held on February 6, 1983 by Jim Nabors in the Crystal Room of the Beverly Hills hotel in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Ron Galella / WireImage)

HOLLYWOOD – FEBRUARY 10: Entertainer Charo and husband Kjell Rasten visit the Plumstead Theater Society and present Henry Fonda's Celebration of Life on February 10, 1985 at the Henry Fonda Theater in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Ron Galella / WireImage)

HOLLYWOOD – FEBRUARY 10: Entertainer Charo and husband Kjell Rasten visit the Plumstead Theater Society and present Henry FondaA's Celebration of Life on February 10, 1985 at the Henry Fonda Theater in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Ron Galella / WireImage)

HOLLYWOOD – FEBRUARY 10: Entertainer Charo and husband Kjell Rasten visit the Plumstead Theater Society and present Henry Fonda's Celebration of Life on February 10, 1985 at the Henry Fonda Theater in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Ron Galella / WireImage)

LOS ANGELES – SEPTEMBER 5: Entertainer Charo and his husband Kjell Rasten launch on September 5, 1996 from Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, California to Miami, Florida. (Photo by Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage)

CELEBRITY WIFE SWAP – "Charo / Jill Whelan" – It's a "Love Boat" meeting when entertainer / musician Charo and actress Jill Whelan join "Celebrity Wife Swap " you can see. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17 (10: 00-23: 00 ET) on the ABC Television Network. Charo lives with her 36-year-old husband Kjell in Beverly Hills, California. The couple has a son, Shel, who lives nearby, but is always home to visit his family, where Charo enjoys entertaining until late in the evening. Showbiz is the family business with Charo's husband as manager and her sister Carmen, who oversees all costumes. Charo is a true performer who sings, dances and celebrates life to the fullest. (Photo by Adam Taylor / ABC via Getty Images)

CELEBRITY WIFE SWAP – "Charo / Jill Whelan" – It's a "Love Boat" meeting when entertainer / musician Charo and actress Jill Whelan join "Celebrity Wife Swap." " you can see. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17 (10: 00-23: 00 ET) on the ABC Television Network. Charo lives with her 36-year-old husband Kjell in Beverly Hills, California. The couple has a son, Shel, who lives nearby, but is always home to visit his family, where Charo enjoys entertaining until late in the evening. Showbiz is the family business with Charo's husband as manager and her sister Carmen, who oversees all costumes. Charo is a true performer who sings, dances and celebrates life to the fullest. (Photo by Adam Taylor / ABC via Getty Images)

CELEBRITY WIFE SWAP – & # 39; Charo / Jill Whelan & # 39; – It's a & # 39; Love Boat & # 39; meeting when entertainer / musician Charo and actress Jill Whelan attend & # 39; Celebrity Wife Swap & # 39; are on display. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17 (10: 00-23: 00 ET) on the ABC Television Network. Charo lives with her 36-year-old husband Kjell in Beverly Hills, California. The couple has a son, Shel, who lives nearby, but is always home to visit his family, where Charo enjoys entertaining until late in the evening. Showbiz is the family business with Charo's husband as manager and her sister Carmen, who oversees all costumes. Charo is a true performer who sings, dances and celebrates life to the fullest. (Photo by Adam Taylor / ABC via Getty Images)

CELEBRITY WIFE SWAP – "Charo / Jill Whelan" – It's a "Love Boat" meeting when entertainer / musician Charo and actress Jill Whelan join "Celebrity Wife Swap." " you can see. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17 (10: 00-23: 00 ET) on the ABC Television Network. Charo lives with her 36-year-old husband Kjell in Beverly Hills, California. The couple has a son, Shel, who lives nearby, but is always home to visit his family, where Charo enjoys entertaining until late in the evening. Showbiz is the family business with Charo's husband as manager and her sister Carmen, who oversees all costumes. Charo is a true performer who sings, dances and celebrates life to the fullest. (Photo by Adam Taylor / ABC via Getty Images)

CELEBRITY WIFE SWAP – "Charo / Jill Whelan" – It's a "Love Boat" meeting when entertainer / musician Charo and actress Jill Whelan join "Celebrity Wife Swap." " you can see. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17 (10: 00-23: 00 ET) on the ABC Television Network. Charo lives with her 36-year-old husband Kjell in Beverly Hills, California. The couple has a son, Shel, who lives nearby, but is always home to visit his family, where Charo enjoys entertaining until late in the evening. Showbiz is the family business with Charo's husband as manager and her sister Carmen, who oversees all costumes. Charo is a true performer who sings, dances and celebrates life to the fullest. (Photo by Adam Taylor / ABC via Getty Images)

CELEBRITY WIFE SWAP – "Charo / Jill Whelan" – It's a "Love Boat" meeting when entertainer / musician Charo and actress Jill Whelan join "Celebrity Wife Swap." " you can see. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17 (10: 00-23: 00 ET) on the ABC Television Network. Charo lives with her 36-year-old husband Kjell in Beverly Hills, California. The couple has a son, Shel, who lives nearby, but is always home to visit his family, where Charo enjoys entertaining until late in the evening. Showbiz is the family business with Charo's husband as manager and her sister Carmen, who oversees all costumes. Charo is a true performer who sings, dances and celebrates life to the fullest. (Photo by Adam Taylor / ABC about Getty Images)




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Charo and Rasten got married in August 1978 in a civil ceremony in South Lake Tahoe, California. Previously she was married to the musician Xavier Cugat from 1966 to 1978. The television star and Rasten, who worked as a film producer and later as Charo's manager, shared a child, a 37-year-old son named Shel .

Charo (real name María del Rosario Pilar Martínez Molina Baezas) is best known for her performances on The Love Boat Fantasy Island Laugh-In ] Thumbelina and The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson . Since the mid-70s she has also released several albums.

Charo, Rasten and her son Shel appeared in an episode of Celebrity Wife Swap alongside former actress Love Boat . costar Jill Whelan .

Us Weekly has contacted the Beverly Hills Police Department and Charo's agents.

If you or anyone you know thinks of suicide, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.

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