Dad of movie producer Bradley Thomas’ Brit wife Isabelle speaks out after hotel fall & has ‘no idea why this happened’

Dad of movie producer Bradley Thomas’ Brit wife Isabelle speaks out after hotel fall & has ‘no idea why this happened’

THE heartbroken dad of Brit Isabelle Thomas who plunged to her death from a Los Angeles hotel said he ‘has no idea why this happened.’

The 39-year-old mum, the wife of the Killers of the Flower Moon producer Bradley Thomas, died after she fell from the Hotel Angeleno on Monday night.

Isabelle Thomas plunged from a hotel in Los Angeles

Isabelle pictured with her husband, Killers of the Flower Moon producer Bradley Thomas

The Brit fell to her death from the Hotel Angeleno in Los Angeles

2012 Dave M. BenettIsabelle worked as a consultant and producer in the US[/caption]

The Brit socialite was found at the pool area of the hotel, where she was pronounced dead.

Her death has been confirmed as a suicide by LA County coroners – and it’s understood she did not leave a note behind.

Her distraught dad, Sir Henry Lawrence, 7th Baronet of Lucknow, told The Sun of his daughter’s death: “I have absolutely no idea why this happened or what was troubling her. It is so awful.”

He added: “I was last in contact with her a couple of weeks ago.”

Sources told TMZ the 39-year-old had fallen from a high floor.

Isabelle was the daughter of Sir Lawrence, and his ex-wife Penelope Nunan.

She was raised in the Cotswolds alongside her older brother Christopher Lawrence.

During her childhood, she attended the private King Edward’s School and Prior Park College in Bath.

She graduated from Oxford University with a Neuroscience degree.

Her parents divorced after 14 years together in 1993.

After she finished school, she addressed the UN and The World Bank and was also appointed by the former British prime minister, David Cameron, to serve as a tech advisor.

Isabelle was also known for her love of the nightlife. Her old social media post showed her moonlighting as a DJ and enjoying events around London.

She moved to California where she worked as a consultant and producer.

The mum was a member of The UCLA Center of Storytellers and Scholars Advisory Board.

She got married to Bradley Thomas in 2018.

The couple shares twin daughters, Poppy and Grace, while Isabelle is also a step mum to her husband’s older children Lucy and Charlie. 

The two were last pictured together on January 13 at the 2024 BAFTA Tea Party in Beverly Hills.

The young socialite made many famous friends throughout her DJ career including Amy Winehouse, James Blake, and Jameela Jamil.

In an Instagram post, fellow Brit Jamil, who is in a relationship with Blake, said she lost a friend very suddenly.

“My heart is completely and utterly broken and I don’t think I will ever recover,” she wrote.

“I missed the chance to tell her I loved her. And hold her one last time.”

The tragic news comes after Bradley Thomas’ Oscar nomination for Best Picture.

Bradley has been one of the producers behind a number of hit films including There’s Something About Mary and Dumb and Dumber.

InstagramJameela Jamil is seen with her boyfriend James Blake at Bradley and Isabelle Thomas’s wedding in Santa Monica.[/caption]

She met a lot of celebrities through her DJ career

You’re not alone

SUICIDE is the 10th leading cause of death in the US, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Leading Causes of Death Report from 2018.

There were “more than two and half times as many suicides” in the US than there were homicides, according to the report.

For people ages 10 and 34, suicide was the “second leading cause of death” and the fourth for individuals ages 35 to 54.

Suicide is a vital health concern in the U.S. It affects all genders, races and ages.

This is why launched the You’re Not Alone campaign.

The campaign calls on readers to discuss their mental health issues with their family, friends and health professionals. We can all pitch in to help out others who may be suffering and help save lives.

If you are struggling to cope, you are not alone. There are many free and confidential programs in the US aimed to help those who are struggling with their mental health.

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National Suicide Prevention Lifeline,, 1-800-273-TALK
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