The wife of Linkin Park front man Chester Bennington has been seen for the first time since it was announced that her husband committed suicide.
Talinda Ann Bennington was seen visiting a mall near her home in Palos Verdes, California being comforted by numerous family members after her Twitter account was hacked spewing disgusting claims about her marriage to the singer.
The somber former Playboy model wore a simple blue tee shirt along with black leggings and black flip flops.
Her brown tresses were tied back in a messy bun while she wore dark shades to shield her, accessorizing with a black leather purse.
Talinda was seen holding the hand of one of her twin daughters along with the leash of a white furry dog.
In another moment, the mother-of-three can be seen hugging another girl who is not her daughter but is believed to be a family member.
Chester and Talinda married in 2015 after being set up by fellow musician Ryan Shuck.
The couple had three children together – 11-year-old Tyler Lee and six-year-old twins Lila and Lily.
Chester and Talinda married in 2015 after being set up by fellow musician Ryan Shuck. The couple had three children together – 11-year-old Tyler Lee and six-year-old twins Lila and Lily
Just hours after the singer’s apparent suicide, a sick troll tweeted disgusting claims from Talinda Bennington’s official Twitter profile.
The shocking posts made allegations that she ‘never really loved’ her husband Chester and that she had been ‘cheating’ on him.
A further sick message said ‘no one cared’ about the singer’s death.
The hacked tweets have now been removed from the account.
The 41-year-old was found dead in his home in Palos Verdes near Los Angeles shortly before 9am on Thursday.
A Los Angeles County coroner confirmed they were investigating Bennington’s death as an apparent suicide but no additional details were available.
Friends and family of Linkin Park lead singer Chester Bennington are in absolute ‘shock’ over the rock star’s apparent suicide as it’s revealed they believed he ‘was in a good place in his life’.